To start with, the first rule is that after the vehicle or light commercial vehicle has failed its MOT, the requisite period of time for the completion of any repair and any resulting re-test is just 10 business days after your initial MOT test date. This is valid assuming that the family car is mended and thereafter registered to get a re-test prior to the end of 10 trading days. If all of the above has been undertaken, consequently the computerised MOT programme that all MOT test garages have will likely, at that point, enable us to register the car and perform re-test.
The subsequent procedure is in the course of an MOT re-test it is regularly true that a couple of points might be re-tested rapidly whereas on the other hand selected issues mandate a good deal more concentrated checking out.
As one example;
That being said despite the fact that we, and pretty much every MOT test station, advertises and offers FREE retests it's really, generally speaking, dependant on when the car is made available for its MOT test in Harlow and at that point just what exactly the vehicle failed its MOT upon.
IMPORTANTLY - in cases where your vehicle failed to pass it's MOT examination with us here at Harlow VOSA MOT testing centre and it is then repaired by us, then it follows that we'll almost always undertake any retest FREE (i.e. free of cost), this really is our thanks to you personally for selecting to make full use of our Harlow VOSA MOT station workshops.
If you would like greater clarification, then the following is a range of the cost free retest items (if your vehicle or light commercial van failed the MOT regarding any one of these elements then a fast retest can be done).