car mot Paisley Autocare
car mot Paisley Autocare
car mot Paisley Autocare
car mot Paisley Autocare


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We want to make sure your motoring experience with us is as stress-free and enjoyable as possible, which is why we offer MOT'S at a price that's £29.99 cheaper than most garages in town! Book online now for hassle-free handling of all future appointments too - just input the Vehicle Registration Number when prompted during the booking process.

What Do They Check in the MOT Test?

car mot check

The test is very comprehensive and will check multiple areas of your vehicle. Below is a basic list of all the things they are going to check during your MOT test:


mot emission

One of the most well-known MOT checks is that of your exhaust system and emissions levels. If your exhaust has leaked at any point, it is likely to cause a test failure. If you enjoy car modding, you also had better make sure the original catalytic converter is still in place and still working.

The emissions test particular looks for carbon monoxide (CO), hydrocarbons (HC), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and particulate mass (PM). To meet “Euro 4” limits, the requirements are as follows:

  • CO: 1000mg/km (petrol); 500mg/km (diesel)
  • HC: 100mg/km (petrol); No single limit (diesel)
  • NOx: 80mg/km (petrol); 300mg/km (diesel – combined with HC)
  • PM: No limit (petrol); 25mg/km (diesel)

 “Euro 5” limits came into effect from 2009 and are as follows:

  • CO: 1000mg/km (petrol); 500mg/km (diesel)
  • HC: 100mg/km (petrol); No single limit (diesel)
  • NOx: 60mg/km (petrol); 230mg/km (diesel – combined with HC)
  • PM: 5mg/km (petrol – direct injection only); 5mg/km (diesel)

“Euro 6” limits came into effect from 2014 and are currently (as of January 2020) as follows:

  • CO: 1000mg/km (petrol); 500mg/km (diesel)
  • HC: 100mg/km (petrol); No single limit (diesel)
  • NOx: 60mg/km (petrol); 170mg/km (diesel – combined with HC)
  • PM: 4.5mg/km (petrol – direct injection only); 4.5mg/km (diesel)


mot brake check

Faulty brakes cause almost 10 percent of all MOT test failures. They check the condition of your pedals, as well as your warning lights and braking distance.


mot steering check

If your steering wheel feels loose or in otherwise bad condition, then you could fail the test. Qualified mechanics also check the shocks/struts and other related parts for wear and tear.


mot tyre check

Another 10% of tests are failed because of problems with the tyres. Tread depth is a common thing that goes wrong, not meeting the 1.6mm requirement. In addition, the test looks for defects like bulges and tears.

Lamps and Reflectors:

mot lamps

This is one of the biggest causes of failure, bringing about some 30 percent of MOT failures. The testers will check your headlights, indicators, fog lights, brake lights and rear lights, and not just that they light up. They also look at the position, general condition, colour, and whether they light up at a single press of the switch.

Other Electrical Equipment

Other electrically operated gear like the wiring, towbar socket for trailer lights, battery, horn and other similarly categorised equipment must be in good working order.

Seat Belts

seatbelt check

If one or more of your seatbelts are the incorrect length or fail to connect properly with the clasp, then you’re certain to receive a failing grade.

Other checks

The test also ensures standards are being met on things like corrosion on the key bodywork parts, proper registration plate spacing, font and visibility; a correct and visible Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and that speedometer is accurate. One final thing is driver visibility from the cockpit. This last one can be impacted by insecure mirrors, faulty wipers or anything that would otherwise impact your field of vision while out driving.


Check Your Vehicle’s Status


If you’re not sure whether or not your vehicle is due for its next MOT, you can go to the website ( and enter the registration to see your current MOT status. If you had an MOT within the last 12 months, but are not certain when to get the next one, we recommend going about a week before the date of your previous test. This will allow you to drive away should there be Major faults that need attending to, but not Dangerous faults, because your current MOT is still valid.

Keep on top of your MOT information and stay on the right side of the law. It’s not just about your own safety, but that of other road users.

Paisley Autocare 
  1. Definitions
1.1 “The Company” refers to Paisley Autocare 
1.2 “The Buyer” refers to the person, partnership, Limited Company, or other legal entity, who agrees to services being provided by the Company.
1.3 “The Conditions” refers to the terms and conditions of the Company’s operations, set out in this document and any special terms and conditions agreed in writing by a Director, Company Secretary, or another member of this company’s management team, acting for and on behalf of the Company.
  1. Conditions
2.1 These Conditions shall apply to all contracts for any parts or service provided by the Company to the Buyer, to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions, including any terms and conditions the Buyer may purport to apply under any purchase order, confirmation of the order, or similar document.
2.2 Agreement of any work to be carried out by the Company shall be deemed conclusive evidence of the Buyer’s acceptance of these Conditions.
  1. The Price and Payment
3.1 The price of the service provided shall be the price agreed between the Company and the Buyer, at the time the Buyer agrees to work being carried out. This price may vary, dependent upon any change in parts prices, or change in specialist charges, which may come into effect at the time the work is completed and which is beyond the control of the Company. The price of the work carried out is exclusive of VAT. Where applicable, VAT shall be due at the rate ruling on the date that the VAT invoice is drawn.
3.2 Payment of the price and VAT shall be due at the point of collection/delivery of vehicle following completion of repairs, unless otherwise agreed, in writing, with the Company. Payment in this instance is generally agreed to be 30 days from the date of invoice.
  1. Orders / Estimates / Deposits
4.1 Estimates are valid for the date given. If instructions are not received from a customer (in response to an estimate rendered) within 24 hours, the Company may invoice for reasonable storage charges from the date that the vehicle was received until its collection. (Note: the company does not, as a general rule, make any such charge for garaging pending instructions if the repairs are ultimately carried out by the Company and duly paid for).
4.2 All estimates by the Company are subject to change caused by variations to the Company of labour, material and spare parts at the date of estimate. In the event of any variation occurring before or after acceptance of the estimate, the Company may if it thinks fit require the Customer to pay on completion of the work any increase due to such variation.
4.3 If no estimate is provided or if part only of the work covered by the estimate is carried out the Company shall be entitled to charge a reasonable and proper price for the work done (including any stripping down leading to the determination as to the practicability or otherwise of any work and reassembly) and for materials and spare parts supplied.
4.4 The company may refuse to carry out all, or part of any work for any reason whether or not an estimate has been provided.
Variations to the estimate, the scope of the repair or work, the prices chargeable shall be subject to all these terms and conditions, and so that any such variation shall not be deemed to constitute or create a new or separate contract.
4.5. Orders received, for Goods and/or Services, from any driver employed by the Customer or by any person who is reasonably believed to be acting as the Customer’s agent or by the order of any person to whom the Company is entitled to make delivery of the vehicle shall be binding upon the Customer.
4.6 The Company may demand a deposit before commencing any work. The customer shall co-operate with the Company in all matters relating to the Services.
  1. Delivery / Completion
Every effort will be made to provide the Goods and/or Services by the estimated time, but the Company shall not be liable for any delay in completing the Goods and/or Services. Time shall not be of the essence in respect of this clause. Risk passes on delivery or where relevant on collection. .The Company will not be held liable for any delay caused by outside influences i.e. goods not delivered in time, sent incorrectly or sub-contractor work.
  1. Payment
6.1 Payment for all Goods and/or Services, repairs and/or spare parts supplied is due on completion of work. The goods and/or Services, the repair is completed for the purpose of these terms and conditions when notice has been given that the vehicle is ready for collection. All Goods and/or Services shall remain the absolute and unencumbered property of the Company until such time as the Company has received cleared payment in full from the Customer in respect of such Goods and/or Services. Cheques will be accepted on the production of a cheque guarantee card.
6.2 The Company shall have a general lien on all of the Customer’s vehicles and all of their contents for all monies owing to the Company by the Customer on any account whatsoever. The Company shall be entitled to reasonable storage charges during any period in which the vehicle is retained by virtue of the lien.
6.3. If the Customer’s indebtedness to the Company is not satisfied within 28 days from the date of the first invoice to the Customer, the Company may without notice sell any vehicle owned by the Customer and/or the contents thereof by public auction or private treaty. The net proceeds of the sale shall be applied towards the satisfying monies due from the Customer to the Company, and any balance shall be paid by the Company to the Customer on demand
7 Credit Terms
Where Credit Terms have been extended to the Buyer by the Company, the Company reserves the right to refuse to provide any of its garage services or parts ordered by the Buyer, where to do so would mean the Buyer exceeding the Credit Limit extended to the Buyer.
  1. Remedies for late Payment
8.1 Interest on commercial debt shall accrue from the date of the invoice unless a written agreement is in place between the Company and Buyer giving an agreed payment period of 28 days. Interest will accrue from day to day, until the date of payment, at the statutory rate (8% above the base rate of the Bank of England applicable on the date the debt becomes due). This figure may change from time to time, depending upon the interest figures in force by the Bank of England at the time payment of the invoice is due. Interest will accrue until settlement is reached or until any Court Judgment is made.
8.2 In the event that any invoice is not paid on, or before, its due date, then all sums due and owing to the Company from the Buyer shall become immediately payable and subject to clause 5.1 above.
8.3 The Company shall be entitled to recover from the Buyer all administrative, collection and legal costs incurred by it in recovering overdue amounts and all sums that become immediately payable under. clause 5.2 above.
8.4 Without prejudice to any of the Company’s other rights, the Company may, in the event that any sum is not paid, on or before its due date, suspend the service it provides to the Buyer. Any parts, or equipment, provided to the Buyer by the Company remain the property of the Company until all amounts owed are paid.
  1. Title and Risk
Any work carried out by the Company at the request of the Buyer, will be at the Buyer’s risk from the point of completion of work, to the Buyer’s satisfaction in spite of delivery. Title of any parts fitted shall not pass from the Company to Buyer until all relevant and outstanding invoices and VAT have been paid in full and at such a time that no other sums whatsoever are due from the Buyer to the Company.
  1. Disputes procedure and Jurisdiction
Any and all contracts entered into between the Company and the Buyer shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and all disputes arising out of any contract between the Company and the Buyer shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. In the event that the Buyer is dissatisfied with any repair or service carried out by the Company, the Buyer should first make contact with the Company in order to try and resolve the matter. The Company has a complaints procedure in place.-It also complies with the Data Protection Act.
  1. Work authorisation
Any additional work will need to be authorised by the customer due to fact the vehicle being on-site and the customer not, we will accept authorization over the telephone.
  1. All parts removed by the Company in the course of the repair shall if not claimed by the Customer within 24 hours after the completion of the repair be deemed to be owned by the Company and they shall become the Company’s absolute property. Parts returned are subject to a handling charge. Parts specially ordered are not returnable.
  2. Warranty
Any warranty that applies to parts, the term of the warranty will be denoted by the manufacturer.
In the event of a potential claim, you should notify us immediately whereupon the defect will be assessed and repaired free of charge by the Company providing the exclusions do not apply. Any repairs by an alternative organisation will only be permitted with prior express authorisation by the Company. Your statutory rights are not affected.
  1. Damage Liability/Damage to the vehicle
The Customer is responsible for checking their vehicle for any damage before it leaves the Company premises. Once the vehicle leaves the Company premises on completion of work, there will be no liability by the Company.
  1. Courtesy Vehicle
The Company does not guarantee a courtesy car being available. The courtesy vehicle may only be used by drivers over the age of 25, and any damage to the courtesy vehicle will be need to covered by the driver’s own vehicle insurance. Copy of the driver’s vehicle license document must be provided prior to taking the courtesy vehicle from the Company’s premises. It is the responsibility of the driver to inspect the courtesy vehicle for damage and noted on the loan vehicle document prior to leaving the Company’s premises. The courtesy vehicle will be inspected by a member of the Company on its return to the Company’s premises.
  1. Waste
The Company is covered for environment waste transfers and also a license for disposal of hazardous waste and is available for inspection upon request.
  1. Quality Control
Quality control is carried out on repair cars is approximately 10%.
  1. Vehicle Storage
The Company will invoice £15.00 + VAT per day for the storage of any vehicle not collected within an agreed collection time following completion of agreed work.
  1. Payment for Special Order Parts
Payment for parts which are special order for the Customer must be paid for prior to work being carried out if the Customer vehicle is not on site.
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