MOT Testing in Leighton Buzzard

Book your MOT test online today with George W Roberts & Sons Ltd

Mechanic using torch to look under car at the repair garage - MOT and Servicing Leighton Buzzard

For quality MOT Testing in Leighton Buzzard choose George W Roberts & Sons. We are a fully accredited MOT testing station with experienced technicians delivering thorough inspections 6 days a week. The MOT is an annual inspection required for any vehicle of 3 years of age from its date of registration. The MOT assesses the safety, emissions and overall roadworthiness of your vehicle to make sure it meets the minimum standard for driving in the UK.

Book a Class 4 and Class 7 MOT Testing Online

Our live online booking system allows you to book your car or van MOT directly into our live real-time diary. After selecting your MOT test using the widget above you'll be able to select an exact date and time to book directly into our MOT diary.

Once submitted we don't take any payment online - this will be settled upon your arrival to the garage and you will receive a confirmation email. If there's not an MOT slot available on the date you require, give us a call on 01525 373428 and we will try to help you as much as possible.

Mechanic checking off a vehicle during its MOT and Servicing Leighton Buzzard

Check Your MOT Status

Click the link below to check your MOT status using the .Gov website.

Check MOT Status

How is your vehicle checked during an MOT test?

During an MOT Test, the examiner will check many areas of the vehicle, including bodywork, emissions and safety features, the test ensures that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. Below are the main areas that are covered:

  • Lighting and Signalling Equipment (Inc fog lamps & reversing lights)
  • Steering (including suspension)
  • Brakes
  • Tyres and Road Wheels
  • Seat Belts
  • Body, Structure and General Items
  • Exhaust, Fuel and Emissions
  • Drivers View of the Road
  • Bumpers
  • Noise suppression material
  • Undertray security
  • Emission control equipment:
  • Engine malfunction indicator lamp
  • Diesel particulate filter (DPF) tampering
  • Fluid leaks - engine, transmission and so on