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mot testing - mot testing
If your bike was registered three years ago today, you can stop singing "happy birthday to you" now and get on the phone to organise its first MOT. There is nothing to stop you folding up the new certificate in a birthday card if you are feeling sentimental, the important thing is to get one.
MOT Test pricing and information
The test costs £29.65 for class 1 (up to 200cc) and 2 (over 200cc) bikes, and £37.80 if you have a sidecar attached.
Follow the page topic links for more information about what the test covers, GP Performance standards, and helpful hints about how to make sure your bike is up to standard for a first time pass. You can even find out how to appeal if you think your bike has failed (or passed) when it shouldn?t.