Book Class 4 MOT Online

Most cars on British roads need a Class 4 MOT. When it comes to testing the roadworthiness of your car, you need a reliable team of experts on hand. At Protyre, we have a dedicated team of approved Class 4 MOT technicians to help you get back on the road in no time.

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Book online in 4 easy steps:

1. Enter your registration to identify your vehicle

2. Select your local Protyre garage

3. Book an MOT with a service online and save

4. Choose a convenient date and time- even a same day MOT!

Why choose Protyre for a Class 4 MOT?

Choosing who to carry out your annual MOT is an important decision. When it comes to the roadworthiness of your car, you’ll want to use a garage you can trust. Our testers are highly skilled and undergo regular, extensive training to keep them fully qualified for the job.

We have decades of experience in providing our customers with complete Class 4 MOTs at great prices. You can rest assured that you're in safe hands, but don’t just take our word for it – see what our other customers think about us on Trustpilot.

Whether your car is in for its first MOT or you’ve had several tests before, come down to one of our Class 4 MOT test centres. You can sit back and let one of the biggest DVSA-approved networks handle the rest.

Our customers always come first, so you can enjoy peace of mind that the checks we make on your car will be comprehensive, accurate and honest.

Book your Class 4 MOT with Protyre

We've made it quick and easy to book an MOT with Protyre. Simply enter your registration and select ‘book now’ to choose a date that works for you. And don’t forget that you’ll also get £5 off the price of your Class 4 MOT if you book online.

We have over 160 dedicated Protyre MOT test centres across the UK, so you're sure to find one near you. We pride ourselves on accurate, exhaustive MOTs and providing expert repairs at affordable prices.

Book online today or contact us to speak to one of our friendly experts.

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Class 4 MOT: FAQs

In the UK, you’ll need a valid MOT certificate if your vehicle has been on the road for three years. If you have a new vehicle, its first MOT date will be three years after the car was first registered.

Most cars need a Class 4 MOT renewed annually, so you’ll need to make a note of when your current MOT expires. If you’re not sure when you'll need a new one, you can always use our MOT expiry checker.

MOTs for Class 4 vehicles can be booked online at any of our garages. To find a centre near you, browse our DVSA-approved garages and have your MOT carried out by our experts.

To receive £5 off your next MOT, book online today.

Any MOT test ensures that your car, 4x4 or van can meet minimum requirements in terms of environmental standards and road safety. When you fail to take your vehicle for its MOT or drive without one, you could face a fixed penalty if you're caught using it on the road.

It's worth knowing the difference between Class 4 and Class 7 MOTs.

The type of MOT you need depends on the vehicle you drive. A Class 4 MOT is the most common one as it's the standard test carried out on passenger cars and small vans.

A Class 7 MOT is only used for private and commercial vehicles weighing between 3 and 3.5 tonnes. Since Class 7 vehicles are heavier and typically carry loads, a Class 7 MOT has more stringent checks.

All MOTs will be carried out in accordance with the Class 4 MOT manual and testing guide.

Although it can be disheartening if your vehicle fails its MOT, you’re not alone.

From 2022 to 2023, 28% of Class 3 and 4 vehicles failed their initial MOT. That's more than one in every four vehicles. If it happens to you, don't worry. You have a few options.

Firstly, if your car doesn’t pass, you’ll be issued with a VT30 or CT30, known as the ‘Refusal of an MOT Test Certificate’. This document will reveal the reasons your car didn’t pass. Quite often, these are small faults such as worn tyres or faulty windscreen wipers.

You should hold onto your VT30 as it’ll help our mechanics fix your car if you need a retest.

What you do next is up to you. You can either:

·        Drive the car until the certificate expires if you have some time remaining on your existing MOT. However, you can only do this if your car is roadworthy. You’ll still want to get the issues fixed as soon as possible.

·        Drive your car to your local garage for repairs. If you use your car for anything other than this when the MOT is expired, it will invalidate your insurance and you can be fined up to £1,000.

If your car fails its Class 4 MOT with us, you can leave it for servicing and repairs and then get a free retest within 10 days.

To ensure everything runs smoothly, you’ll want to bring a few things with you. These include:

·        Your current MOT certificate: This will show us when your last MOT was. If you can’t find your certificate, you can contact your previous MOT centre for a new one.

·        V5C form: If your car is having its first Class 4 MOT, please bring its registration document.

·        Locking wheel nuts: Your car will likely have specific keys that unlock the wheel nuts. We need to access the wheels to perform the MOT, so please bring these with you.

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