What is an MOT test?
The MOT test checks that your vehicle meets road safety and environmental standards. The MOT test for a vehicle is normally due once a year on the anniversary of it's last MOT (if the vehicle is over 3 years old), or if it's a vehicles first MOT the third anniversary of its registration.
How do I check the vehicle and MOT history for JA09T?
Simply enter any vehicle registration number above or select the registration plate of the car you wish to check from the list of reg plates starting JA09T. We query vehicle data provided directly from the DVSA, this includes key facts about the vehicle - manufacturer, model, date first registered, colour - as well as the MOT due date and a full MOT history breakdown. This shows if the vehicle passed or failed an MOT, the mileage recorded when the vehicle was tested, plus any reasons for a MOT failure and any advisory information provided by the MOT testing centre - including which parts failed or had minor problems.
How can I check when the MOT expires for JA09T?
Once you have entered your vehicle registration you can see your vehicles MOT due date and past MOT results, this includes what parts failed at each MOT test, and if any parts had minor problems. We query data provided directly from the DVSA to ensure the MOT data displayed is up to date and accurate.
How can I check when my vehicles MOT is due?
You can check when your vehicles MOT is due using our MOT history check service. We query data provided directly from the DVSA which includes a vehicles MOT due date and past MOT results.