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I have used them twice already and no problems whatsoever! They really are on your site..they even replace a bulb for free to make you pass :)


Terms of Offer: 1.Offer applies only to motor cars and other Class 4 vehicles.
2.Offer start date is 25th November 2010.
3.Offer terminates at midnight 16th January 2011 unless terminated earlier or extended by notice on this website.
4.Terms of Offer, including pricing, may be changed at any time by notice on this website.
5.Each online booking and the associated payment must be 90 or more days before the MOT test date.
6.Offer does not apply to Phone or other non-Online Bookings.
7.Advance bookings may be cancelled (with full refund) but cannot be moved to another date.The Just MOT's Limited Base Test Fee for motor cars and other Class 4 vehicles is £54.

Repairs - we DON'T do repairs and will give an unbiased assessment of your vehicle.
Independent - we are independent of repair and servicing organisations, we will give our Customers objective and impartial advice on actions required should their vehicle not meet MOT requirements.
Qualified MOT Testers - our trained and experienced MOT Testing Staff seek to make the MOT process an efficient and stress-free one.
Free Retests - within 10 working days retests are free.
Discount - all our Customers will receive a discount on our Base Test Fee. (note that discounts are limited to one per MOT)
Free help - we will, where appropriate and practical make minor adjustments to assist a Customer's vehicle in passing its MOT.
Friendly and courteous - we value each Customer and will seek to make their visit a pleasant experience, we would like each one to return.
Credit Cards - We accept most UK credit cards for payment.




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#1
hot deal shame none of these mot centres near me!
1 Like #2
Jumpingphil
How on earth can someone who has this business think that MOTs has an apostrophe in it.
If they don't pay attention to detail like that, then I can't trust them.


As in MOT's? It should afaik. Cos it's an abbreviation. It should probably have periods too.

http://www.grammar-monster.com/lessons/apostrophes_show_plural_of_abbreviations.htm

Edited By: Benjimoron on Dec 03, 2010 23:45
#3
A MOT should in theory take between 30-40 minutes - how on earth do they any money?
#4
Hancock
A MOT should in theory take between 30-40 minutes - how on earth do they any money?

My first MOT with them was on 9/1/2009 for the cost of £10 !!! and I failed the first time :)
#5
good deal,no branches near me,i pay £33 which i dont mind because the guy is fair and doesn't just make work for himself.
#6
Jumpingphil
Benjimoron
Jumpingphil
How on earth can someone who has this business think that MOTs has an apostrophe in it.If they don't pay attention to detail like that, then I can't trust them.
As in MOT's? It should afaik. Cos it's an abbreviation. It should probably have periods too.http://www.grammar-monster.com/lessons/apostrophes_show_plural_of_abbreviations.htm




So you have linked to a site that agrees with me.

I don't understand your comment.
What are you saying?
They are right?
I don't think so.


Lol, didn't read the bottom!!!

It says to use apostrophe, then it says actually don't for MOTS!
#7
22 doesnt seem all that great, there are plenty of independant places that will do it for 20 quid or there abouts, cheapest i have seen recently was 15 but the place looked well dodgy.
#8
1duck
22 doesnt seem all that great, there are plenty of independant places that will do it for 20 quid or there abouts, cheapest i have seen recently was 15 but the place looked well dodgy.

You are missing the point of this ( and similar mot-only places).
These have no vested interest in failing your car ( to fleece you for repairs that are not needed). If it can be given as advisory instead of fail - these will do that. The garages that do repairs would fail it for these advisory items - knowing that you would have to have the repairs done there or pay a retest fee.
This is why garages ( that do repairs) offer low price MOTs .
#9
Thanks for posting, heat added. None near me, unfortunately, just paid over £50 for my last MOT!
#10
If you are scared of being "robbed" by MOT stations, then take it to your local council testing station.

At the end of the day, what price do you put on the safety of your family.

There is nothing out there for "free". I'd be very suprised if these weren't in partnership with a "repair" garage somewhere down the line.
banned#11
I have used these recently and I can only say they are 100% fine. Mine failed on frozen washers, he wouldn't pass it until he saw them working, the number plate fell off as it went onto the ramp and that was a fail cos I couldn't get it to stick and one tyre. The bloke had no interest in repairs and wouldn't even recommend a garage for repairs incase I was unhappy with it.

Two years ago I went to Mr Clutch and the b*sta*ds failed it on a couple of things that weren't even relevant, lucky I found out before agreeing to over £400 worth of repairs.
2 Likes #12
simes
1duck
22 doesnt seem all that great, there are plenty of independant places that will do it for 20 quid or there abouts, cheapest i have seen recently was 15 but the place looked well dodgy.


You are missing the point of this ( and similar mot-only places).
These have no vested interest in failing your car ( to fleece you for repairs that are not needed). If it can be given as advisory instead of fail - these will do that. The garages that do repairs would fail it for these advisory items - knowing that you would have to have the repairs done there or pay a retest fee.
This is why garages ( that do repairs) offer low price MOTs .


I'm an MOT tester & mechanic & work for a small independent company & have done so for many years, we charge £48 for an mot,we don't charge for small jobs such as fitting bulbs, wiper blades or adjusting headlamp aims & not once in my career have I failed a car because we needed the work !!!! All this week I've been failing cars on frozen washer bottles & have spent at least 10 minutes per vehicle trying to defrost them so the owner can go away with a pass certificate & not one of them was charged for this, I could have stuck a 15 min charge to them, but its all about good customer relations.

Edited By: richp on Dec 04, 2010 13:20
3 Likes #13
richp
I'm an MOT tester & mechanic & work for a small independent company & have done so for many years, we charge £48 for an mot,we don't charge for small jobs such as fitting bulbs, wiper blades or adjusting headlamp aims & not once in my career have I failed a car because we needed the work !!!! All this week I've been failing cars on frozen washer bottles & have spent at least 10 minutes per vehicle trying to defrost them so the owner can go away with a pass certificate & not one of them was charged for this, I could have stuck a 15 min charge to them, but its all about good customer relations.


That's honestly creditable and heartening to hear, its just a shame that for every one of you, there seem to be at least two of the 'other' sort, or maybe its just the way most garages are managed, rather than the individual mechanics.

While I don't think the local garage that I take my car to are disreputable, they charge top whack for the MOT in the first place and always charge for fitting bulbs/wiper blades etc.

It boosts my faith in humanity just a little to hear that there are still people like you around. :)

Edited By: andyken on Dec 04, 2010 14:33
#14
used them once and failed, the tester didn't seem to have a clue of what he was talking about
1 Like #15
In over 20 years of driving i still haven't found a garage i would trust.

The last visit was typical. The garage offered a free mot test with a full service.
What a surprise when they said it failed on the two front tyres being worn on both edges. So i had to pay over the odds for them to fit two tyres ( or have to pay a restest fee if i took it elsewhere ). The tyres were getting close to the limit but were not under 1.6mm on the central 3/4 of the tyre - so should not have been failed.

They also had the audacity to say the tracking needs doing ( at extra cost of course). I put him straight on the fact that tyres being worn on both edges does not denote that tracking is out ( they would only be worn on one edge). Equal wear on both edges is a sign of underinflation.

They also tried to push an engine flush and fuel treatment. Now call me stupid - but when you they phone to tell you of any problems on a service - its usually already had its oil drained. So were they really going to refill it - add the treatment , then empty it again !!! These flushes are usually to try and make oil leaks that they can charge to repair ( I am not aware of any car manufacturer that recommends these flushes on a service ) .

Even without taking these unneccesary extras my bill was over £450 ( this included some work on the rear brakes), and the car came back with annoying resonating noise from underneath at certain engine speeds ( that wasn't there before)

By the way - this garage was a member of the "good garage scheme" ( and with good ratings). It just goes to show what a load of tosh that scheme is. I was not offered a chance to add a review their service.

Next year i will be back to using motmax ( an mot centre that does not do repairs) to get an honest MOT. Fortunately there are several MOT-only centres in my vicinity.
#16
simes
In over 20 years of driving i still haven't found a garage i would trust.

that's a shame as there are decent garages out there.

The last visit was typical. The garage offered a free mot test with a full service.
What a surprise when they said it failed on the two front tyres being worn on both edges. So i had to pay over the odds for them to fit two tyres ( or have to pay a restest fee if i took it elsewhere ). The tyres were getting close to the limit but were not under 1.6mm on the central 3/4 of the tyre - so should not have been failed.

There is an appeals process that you could have gone through, if you weren't happy with the mot outcome, the number of people I hear moaning about an mot pass/fail they weren't happy with that was done by another garage, but do sod all about it !!!

They also tried to push an engine flush and fuel treatment. Now call me stupid - but when you they phone to tell you of any problems on a service - its usually already had its oil drained. So were they really going to refill it - add the treatment , then empty it again !!!

i think your being paranoid
These flushes are usually to try and make oil leaks that they can charge to repair ( I am not aware of any car manufacturer that recommends these flushes on a service ) [/b].

absolute rubbish, where did you hear that from ?
we offer an engine flush additive & if the customer doesn't want an engine flush then we don't add one.simple as that really.
Even without taking these unneccesary extras my bill was over £450 ( this included some work on the rear brakes), and the car came back with annoying resonating noise from underneath at certain engine speeds ( that wasn't there before)

take it back & let them know you have a problem.

By the way - this garage was a member of the "good garage scheme" ( and with good ratings). It just goes to show what a load of tosh that scheme is. I was not offered a chance to add a review their service.

you can leave a reviwew online here,if you felt you had a rough time regards the garage, then let the scheme administrators know, we are members of the good garage scheme, as well as other trade bodies.


Next year i will be back to using motmax ( an mot centre that does not do repairs) to get an honest MOT. Fortunately there are several MOT-only centres in my vicinity.

we all have to "sing from the same hymn sheet" so if your not happy with the way an mot has been conducted complain to VOSA. VT17 appeals form

here is some links for you to the official MOT testers manual, its the ones we use.

Inspection Manual for Classes 3, 4, 5 and 7 Vehicles
MOT testers guide


Edited By: richp on Dec 04, 2010 15:46
#17
simes
1duck
22 doesnt seem all that great, there are plenty of independant places that will do it for 20 quid or there abouts, cheapest i have seen recently was 15 but the place looked well dodgy.


You are missing the point of this ( and similar mot-only places).
These have no vested interest in failing your car ( to fleece you for repairs that are not needed). If it can be given as advisory instead of fail - these will do that. The garages that do repairs would fail it for these advisory items - knowing that you would have to have the repairs done there or pay a retest fee.
This is why garages ( that do repairs) offer low price MOTs .


i always take it to the small independant place and often it does fail (mainly because i drive cheap old bangers) , when they do fail them usually on niggling little things it's free retest within a week and its 20 pounds...

They aren't going to rip you off because if they do then you don't go back...simple.
#18
Thewe all have to "sing from the same hymn sheet" so if your not happy with the way an mot has been conducted complain to VOSA. VT17 appeals form
Yep garages SHOULD all " sing from the same hymn sheet" on MOTs
but:
motmax (they don't do repairs ) pass rate -89%
National average 67.5 %

No wonder these MOT-only places are becoming so popular.

Regarding engine flushes - watch this TV report - and note the car manufacturers reports/recommendations.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=der5-2S_P1Q&feature=player_embedded






Edited By: simes on Dec 04, 2010 22:45

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