New cars don’t need their first MOT test until three years after their registration date. So if your car was registered on 1 March 2018, its first MOT will be due on 1 March 2021. It will then need to undergo the test every year thereafter.
It’s generally recommended that vehicles are serviced every year or 12,000 miles – whichever comes first. To find out how often your model should be serviced, however, check your owner’s manual.
A full car service includes inspections of the vehicle’s key components and systems including oil, steering, suspension and more. Contact us today for full details.
All safety elements of the vehicle are checked in an MOT, including lights, brakes, tyres, seat belts and more. Contact us today for a full list of what the test includes.
Car finance packages enable you to pay for your vehicle over an agreed period at fixed monthly rates. There are several different types of finance plan, which our team will be happy to explain.
The value of a vehicle does affect how much it costs to insure, although newer cars are likely to have more security devices and safety mechanisms in place, meaning the premium can prove cheaper than on older cars.