Initially, the initial regulation is the fact that after your vehicle or light van has failed its MOT test, the crucial length of time for any necessary repair to be conducted and any resulting re-test is precisely 10 business days subsequent to the first test date. This holds true assuming that your vehicle or light commercial van has been mended and thereafter booked in for a re-test before the end of 10 working days. If all of the above has been carried out, then the computerised MOT test application that all MOT centres make use of is designed to, at this juncture, make it possible for us to register your family car and carry out the re-test.
The 2nd rule would be the fact in the course of an MOT re-test it's all too often true that one or two components can be tested again almost instantly although on the flip side specific issues will need a good deal more specialised checks.
And so even though we, and virtually every MOT centre, markets and boasts FREE tests this will be, typically, determined by when the vehicle is supplied for its MOT test in Hull and accordingly just what your vehicle or light commercial vehicle failed its MOT upon.
IMPORTANT - if it turns out the vehicle failed the MOT check with us here within Hull VOSA MOT centre and it is then mended by us, then in this case we shall typically undertake the retest FREE (i.e. at zero cost to you), this really is our thanks to you for making a choice to make use of our Hull VOSA MOT test centre workshops.
If you would like added clarification, then the following is a range of the totally free retest points (if your family car failed its MOT upon some of these areas then a rapid retest could be done).