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Does anyone know how to obtain a reprint of a MOT certificate without paying the garage £10 reprint fee? Seems excessive for printing one sheet of A4 paper. Thanks Read More
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4m, 5d agoPosted 4 months, 5 days ago
Does anyone know how to obtain a reprint of a MOT certificate without paying the garage £10 reprint fee? Seems excessive for printing one sheet of A4 paper. Thanks
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4m, 5d agoPosted 4 months, 5 days ago
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#1
don't know how to get one free, why do you need a printed copy?
#2
A pass uses up an mot slot which we pay which is why you pay for a fail doesnt cost anything for us to print.
#3
I'm trading in my car to a main dealer and I need the MOT to handover to them.
#4
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
#5
However if they insist then the £10 is the standard fee https://www.gov.uk/replacing-lost-damaged-mot-certificate
#6
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history


Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.
#7
£10 is the fee so unless you've a mate in a garage who will do it for a pint cough up
#8
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.


there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.
#9
eslick
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.


there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.


You're probably right. He just wanted me to bring all the documents etc in and mentioned the MOT as one. Crazy thing is.. I can find all the previous ones except last year's. Thank you.
#10
dafunq
£10 is the fee so unless you've a mate in a garage who will do it for a pint cough up


Unfortunately don't know any mates in garages..
#11
Saenor
eslick
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.


there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.


You're probably right. He just wanted me to bring all the documents etc in and mentioned the MOT as one. Crazy thing is.. I can find all the previous ones except last year's. Thank you.


just print it off online if he doesn't accept and is being stubborn over a 10 pound certificate forget selling it too him
#12
eslick
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.


there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.


You get a printed copy when you pick the car up either a pass or fail. It can be checked online easily enoigh but you should still be keeping your printed copy
#13
Saenor
eslick
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.


there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.


You're probably right. He just wanted me to bring all the documents etc in and mentioned the MOT as one. Crazy thing is.. I can find all the previous ones except last year's. Thank you.


maybe just force of habit on his behalf, same as some people ask for paper counterpart of licence for ID purposes.
#14
Surely you have a mate whos got a a mate who works in a garage? I don't know why there bothered as mentioned its all online.
Mercedes don't even give you service books now its all online, I thought they bumped me when I got mine serviced lol
#15
Just wanted to say thank you everyone for your posts. I like the comment about a mate who has a mate..
#16
123batman321
eslick
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.
there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.
You get a printed copy when you pick the car up either a pass or fail. It can be checked online easily enoigh but you should still be keeping your printed copy

yes but that's no longer a certificate
#17
eslick
123batman321
eslick
Saenor
danielbentham
You dont need to reprint they can check it online here are the two useful sites https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-status and https://www.gov.uk/check-mot-history
Thank you. I might call them. If they insist on a copy then I'll pop into the garage.
there is no such thing now as a printed copy, and a trader should know this.
You get a printed copy when you pick the car up either a pass or fail. It can be checked online easily enoigh but you should still be keeping your printed copy

yes but that's no longer a certificate


It is a certificate you still need to keep it. Its got the exact same info as before. Test number expiry mileage reg etc. If you go to the post office to do your road tax you need your mot certificate. Most people do tax online now tho

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