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Citroen Free MOT Offer

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Shucky5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago

If your Citroen vehicle is 4 years old or more, you are eligible for a FREE MOT!

All you need to do is book your test by completing the registration form with your chosen participating dealer. You will then receive an email with a personalised voucher. You MUST print off the voucher and take it to your chosen participating dealer in order to redeem your free MOT.

Find your nearest FREE MOT participating dealer at the following website address: http://www.citroen.co.uk/dealer-locator/mot-offer/

Terms and Conditions
1. Terms & Conditions 1. Non-cumulative offer, restricted to retail customers only. 2. Cannot be redeemed for cash. 3. Re-tests will be undertaken free of charge, providing that the vehicle does not leave the premises until the rectification work needed has been completed and a certificate issued. In all other cases, re-tests will be charged at the full price of £54.00. 4. This offer is valid for MOTs undertaken between 4th January and 30th June 2010. 5. This offer is only valid at participating Dealers; see website for details. 6. Only one MOT per voucher allowed.
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tried it with my local dealer twice n they just ignored it! hope others are more successful! great offer if you get it.....
Thanks for the post. I had my free MOT yesterday after applying to my 3 closest participating dealers (to which I only received the one response.) They kindly but begrudgingly fitted me in for a short-notice while-you-wait MOT, which my 4-year old Citroen thankfullly passed with no work required. My intention had been to take it elsewhere to be re-tested had it failed for any reason, which would have been at no real loss to me, except for the time involved (the pessimist in me was thinking that there's no such thing as a free lunch!) The 'Money Saving Expert' website provides good general advice on MOTs (http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-mot), recommending council run MOT test centres for cars in moderate to good condition, because these don't do repairs, so have no vested interest to fail more than is necessary.
just filled in fingers crossed it goes through thanks op
Good luck! I had my free MOT yesterday, and am happy to say that my Citroen passed with no work required.
Spot on!
I will MOT mine but i know that i need washer jets looking at and i keep getting a warning about my side lamp being faulty although they all seem to be working ok?!?!
hi i took advantage of this free deal..unfortunately my c3 didnt pass due to two bulbs need replacing as the orange paint is fading off...jeesh talk about scraping the barrel...lol still it was useful to know as my mot isnt due til end of may and so now at least i know what doesnt need doing when i send it for my full service and mot with nationwide auto(compliments of tesco vouchers).

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