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Are you looking for MOT Class II for your vehicle?

Did your searches for ‘MOT checks near me’ bring you here?

Then you are in the right place!

Hyde Road Wheels & Tyres is a DVSA-approved testing centre offering MOT tests for Class 1 and Class 2 vehicles.

So, if you ride a motorcycle of up to 200cc, book an MOT appointment with its registration number!

About our MOT test Manchester

Our well-versed professionals are adept at tending to popular makes and models to cater to our diverse clientele. Further, they receive regular training to remain updated with the latest techniques for accuracy. As we strive for 100% customer satisfaction, our facility comes equipped with advanced tools to ensure prompt and precise results.

MOT checklist

Before thoroughly inspecting the following components of your two-wheeler, our experts will check the previous MOT report to understand the underlying issues:

Sit on machine check

  • All controls
  • Switches
  • Horn
  • Forks
  • Front suspension
  • Head bearings and handlebars

At front check

  • Front lamps
  • Direction indicators
  • Front brake master cylinder (if applicable)

Raise the front wheel check

  • Steering
  • Front forks
  • Tyre condition
  • Front brake
  • Wheel
  • Wheel bearings
  • Head bearings

On-the-right check

  • Frame
  • Rear suspension
  • Foot rest
  • Exhaust system
  • Rear wheel and tyre
  • Rear brake parts
  • Seat(s)
  • Final drive

Raise the rear wheel check

  • Rear brake parts
  • Rear suspension
  • Rear wheel
  • Tyre condition
  • Rear suspension

At rear check

  • Rear position light(s)
  • Stop light(s)
  • Rear reflector
  • Indicators
  • Test rear suspension

On-the-left check

  • Frame
  • Rear suspension
  • Exhaust system
  • Rear wheel and tyre
  • Seat(s)
  • Rear brake parts
  • Footrest
  • Final drive

MOT certifications

After performing the inspection, we will provide a VT20 (on passing) or VT30 (on failing) certificate, clearly mentioning the Dangerous, Major and Minor issues.

What are the issues flagged under MOT?

Depending on the seriousness of the issues, your motorcycle’s MOT certificate will state the following concerns:

Minor- These comprise defects that do not affect the safety or hamper the environment.

Major- These are issues that may disrupt your motorcycle’s safety and adversely affect the environment.

Dangerous- These defects pose a direct and immediate risk to road safety and impact the environment.

Note: If your motorcycle has only minor issues, it will clear the MOT check Manchester. In case of Major and Dangerous defects, it will fail the assessment.

Need more information about our MOT tests?

You can talk to our experts on 0161 2743125.