Mot price increase

from April 6th 2010 maximum mot fees are as shown below

Class
of vehicle
Fee
Class 1 and 2
Motorbicycle £29.65
Motorbicycle
with sidecar
£37.80
Class 3
Three
Wheeled Vehicles (up to 450kg U.L.W)
£37.80
Class 4 £54.85

Cars
(up to eight passenger seats) and Motor Caravans
3
Wheeled Vehicles (over 450kg U.L.W.)
Quads
(max. U.L.W 400kg – for goods vehicles 550kg and
max. net power 15kW)
Dual
Purpose Vehicles
Private
Hire Vehicles and PSVs (up to 8 seats)
Goods
Vehicles (up to 3000kg D.G.W.)
Ambulances
and Taxis
Private
Passenger Vehicles and Ambulances (9 – 12 passenger seats)
£57.30
Class 4 A £64.00
Includes
seat belt installation check (9 – 12 passenger seats)
Class 5 £59.55
Private
Passenger Vehicles and Ambulances (with 13 or

more passenger seats)

more
than 16 passenger seats, Playbuses
£80.65
Class 5 A Includes
seat belt installation check
13
–16 passenger seats
£80.50
More
than 16 passenger seats
£124.50
Class 7
Goods
Vehicles (over 3000kg up to 3500kg)
£58.60
Partial
retest fee
Halftest fee

Maximum
fee for duplicate test certificate
£10.00

Of particular interest is the partial retest fee at ‘Half test fee’, if you are offered a ‘Free Mot ‘as part of a maketing ploy/excercise,
if it should fail and you repair the vehicle yourself, on retest, you should not have to pay, after all half of £0.00 =£0.00. I wonder how
they will make their profit.

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