This book takes the car owner step-by-step through every stage of the MoT test, with clear details on what the tester is looking for, and how to check components for wear and tear yourself. Including tips and advice on the best way to rectify any faults that are found, it helps avoid the expense and inconvenience of a needless MoT failure. It combines simple concise text with clear colour photographs to illustrate essential points. It also includes details on how to choose a suitable MoT station, the paperwork involved, and even how to appeal if things don't go to plan. The information is laid out so it can be used by beginner or more experienced owner alike.
A dedicated petrolhead, Mark Paxton has been addicted to two wheels since first wobbling unaccompanied on to the road over 35 years ago. His entire working life has revolved around vehicles, initially in transport management, then through running his own garage, and latterly writing for classic car and motorcycle magazines. Mark’s books include: How to Restore Classic Smallframe Vespa Scooters, How to Restore Volkswagen Buses, and Essential Buyer’s Guides for Vespa 2-strokes, Minis, Ford Capris and Citroen 2CVs, all published with Veloce.