MOT Test £45 100%

AJK Motors are an MOT Demand test centre in Llandudno Junction, Conwy, North Wales. So you can call the same day and have your MOT completed.

If your car fails and needs work we might not be able to complete the work the same day, but if not will be able to book you in for another day.

If your car does fail you the re-test is free if booked within 10 working days from the date your car failed, you also don’t have to get the work completed at AJK Motors to still receive your Free re-test.

If you book a Full service with your MOT your MOT fee will be reduced from £45 to £30. For more information about our full services click here

We perform MOT’s for the whole of Conwy, Llandudno Junction, Colwyn Bay, Old Colwyn Rhos on Sea, Penmaenmawr and further afield.

We can test:

  • Petrol
  • Diesel
  • Class 1 MOT
  • Class 2 MOT
  • Class 4 MOT
  • Class 5 MOT
  • Class 5L MOT
  • Class 7 MOT

What can I do to make sure my car passes?
Most failures we see are preventable by drivers. We recommend carrying out some simple checks before bringing the vehicle in. Common faults include light bulbs, tyre condition and pressure, mirrors, wipers and washers. 

What documents should I bring?
Normally you don’t need to bring any documents with you. However If your vehicle is undergoing its first MOT then a V5C vehicle registration certificate (log book) is required, this document is also required if your vehicle has had a change of registration plate since its last MOT. 

For more information on the MOT, you can check out the government VOSA page here.

To book your MOT call us on 01492 584023

Want to know what’s checked on an MOT?

Lamps, reflectors and electrical equipment
Front, rear, brake, fog, indicator and registration plate lights and rear reflectors must be:
Correctly positioned and secure
Not be obscured
Be in good condition
Show the correct colour (a bluish tinge to front headlights is acceptable as long as the predominant colour is white)
Not be adversely affected by the operation of any other light
Illuminate with a single operation of the switch
Pairs of lights must emit light of the same colour, size and shape.
Headlight aim (both dip beam and main beam) should be below the horizontal, so as not to dazzle other drivers.

The horn must emit a continuous uniform note and must be loud enough to be heard by another road user.

The battery must be secure and not show any signs of leaking electrolyte.

Wiring should be secure and must not be damaged to the point where it is likely to short circuit or become detached.

Vehicles with a towbar
Any electrical socket will be tested for its condition and that it correctly operates the trailer parking lights, brake lights, indicators and rear fog lights.
The tester will check the strength and condition of the steering wheel by pushing the steering in various directions and inspecting for wear or damage to the steering components.

If your steering has a locking device, it’ll be tested to ensure it only locks when the engine is not running.

Vehicles with power steering must have at least the minimum level of power steering fluid in the reservoir.

Suspension components and shock absorbers will be checked for excessive corrosion, distortion and fractures.

The overall condition of the brakes, pedals and levers are inspected, as well as any relevant warning lights.

A brake performance test will be carried out to test brake efficiency.

Tyres and road wheels
The tyre must be of an appropriate speed and load rating for the vehicle. More information »

Tread depth must not be below the legal limit of 1.6mm, and tyres will be examined for cuts in excess of 25mm, lumps, bulges, tears, exposure of the cord and tread separation.

For vehicles with run-flat tyres, the warning light must operate correctly.
Road wheels must be in good general condition.

Seat belts and restraint systems
Each seat belt (including the attachment and adjustment fittings) will be checked for its security and condition.

Body, structure and general items
A general inspection is made of the body, chassis, engine mountings, seats and doors. All components must be free from excessive corrosion and must not have any sharp edges that might cause injury.

A registration plate must be fitted at the front and rear. The plates must be secure and clearly legible to someone standing 20 metres away from the car.

The characters on the plate must be correctly formed and spaced and not likely to be misread.

Every vehicle must permanently display a legible VIN, either on a VIN plate secured to the vehicle, or stamped or etched on the body or chassis.

A speedometer must be fitted, and the tester will check that it can be illuminated. It does not matter if the dial glass is cracked as long as the speed can be read.

Exhaust, fuel and emissions
The exhaust system will be inspected to ensure it is secure and doesn’t leak. If your vehicle was originally fitted with a catalytic converter, it must still be present.

The fuel system will be checked for leaks and the tank cap must seal properly.

The tester will use a gas analyser probe while the engine is running to test the smoke emitted from the exhaust. Emissions of carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons must fall within the legal limit.

The tester will make a visual check for excessive dense blue or black smoke emitted from the exhaust, which is a cause for MOT failure.

Driver’s view of the road
Rear view mirrors and wing mirrors must be secure and provide adequate views to the rear and side.

Wipers and washers must sweep a wide enough area to give the driver an adequate view of the road

In the area of the windscreen directly in front of the driver, there must not be any damage or obstruction to the view larger than 10mm. Outside this area (but within the swept area), there must not be any damage or other obstruction larger than 40mm.