Why should I have my MOT test carried out at Tutts of Dorking?
Although the DVSA don’t make the scores public knowledge, they do score MOT testing stations on a traffic light system and we’re very proud to be able to say that we are rated as a green testing station. We also chose to be quality control checked by the Retail Motor Industry Federation annually to make sure that we are fully compliant.
How do I book an MOT test at Tutts of Dorking?
The quickest way to book is by giving us a call on 01306 286014.
You can also email us or fill in our booking request form below.
Book your MOT with Tutts of Dorking
Click the link and complete the form to request an MOT with Tutts of Dorking.
How often should my car have an MOT test?
The first MOT test is required once a car has reached three years old (there are different rules if you use it as a taxi or if it has more than 8 passenger seats). Testing is then required every 12 months. You are able to have the MOT test carried out up to a calendar month in advance.
When is my MOT due?
Don’t worry; we’re here to help. Simply fill in the boxes below and we’ll email you the expiry date.
Remind me when my MOT expires
Click the link and complete the form to request a reminder of when your MOT is due to expire.
Alternatively, give us a quick call on 01306 286014 and we can tell you straight away.
How much is an MOT test?
The cost of an MOT at Tutts of Dorking is £54.85, no VAT.
What type of vehicles can you MOT test at Tutts of Dorking?
We carry out MOT tests on class 4 vehicles.
Cars (up to 8 passenger seats)
Goods vehicles (up to 3,000kg design gross weight) – dependent on size, please call for clarification as we are slightly limited with commercial vehicles due to the height of our roller doors
What happens if my car fails the MOT test?
All repair work can be quoted for and carried out by our experienced technicians. However, of course, you are welcome to take the car away and either carry out the repair yourself or have it attended to at another garage and we will be happy to carry out a free MOT re-test within 10 working days of the failed test. Outside of those 10 working days a full test will have to be carried out again which will be chargeable at our normal MOT test price (unfortunately the time restriction is controlled by the DVSA not by ourselves).
Can I watch while the MOT test is being carried out?
Yes, that’s no problem. We have a dedicated MOT viewing area so you are able to view your car during its MOT test should you wish to.
How long does MOT testing take and can I wait while it’s done?
Yes of course, you will need to make a booking in advance so just contact us for appointment availability. The test normally takes around 45 minutes and you can either wonder in to town (5 minute walk) or relax in our reception with free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee, newspapers and magazines.
Will you supply me with an MOT test certificate?
Yes, although all details of the MOT are now stored online you will still get a certificate.
What do I need to bring with me on the day of my MOT?
Just the car, no paperwork is needed so don’t worry about hunting around for your old certificate!