If you are looking at the feasibility to adding MOT facilities to your garage the obvious starting point is to consider Class 7 testing and the reason is simply that the cost difference between equivalent types of Class 4 and Class 7 testing lanes is relatively small so, although the overall space envelope required to achieve the approval criteria is larger, the additional classes of testing that these bays can see will bring immediate benefits for that small additional spend.
Ordinarily it is the entrance configuration or available headroom which makes Class 7 more difficult to achieve in a garage - however if headroom really is a problem then we can still supply a complete MOT station to suit an inspection pit configuration instead - and if you are driven down this route, you will not be limited inyour choice of bay as options exist for traditional 2-man, 1-man or fully automated test bay requirements.
In order to achieve Class 7 testing it makes sense to employ a dedicated MOT specialist supplier such as ourselves who can work with your architect on new builds or with a building contractor to achieve the space envelope required to test classes 4, 5 lightweight and 7 vehicles -
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Our standard MoT bay equipment packages enable you to start testing with the highest quality of equipment possible with the minimum investment and packages are available for either class 4 or class 7 mot testing. Despite being the "entry-level" product within our mot bay range, quality has not been compromised in any way and this package of equipment still benefits from an extended 5 year warranty, FREE project assistance from an allocated specialist, delivery, installation and certification as well as the first years calibration contract.
If you want to minimise your intial purchase costs but maintain options to 'grow' and update your MoT bay slowly in line with your business' development then our upgradeable mot equipment package is the most flexible solution in the market today to give you this facility. Opt for a standard 2 man operating bay today and eventually own a combined mot bay for testing all vehicle classes as the full potential of the equipment is fully developed over time.
Gain the advantage of single man testing by opting for a GETECH one person test lane (OPTL). A package that contains all the equipment required by DVSA for approval as a single man testing station and an assigned project manager to gain your approval quickly and efficiently.
For the most accurate mot test reporting possible an Automated Test Lane (ATL), with an integrated weighing facility on the roller brake tester coupled with a fully automated brake testing program represents the future of MoT testing as the subject vehicle is examined in the 'as presented' condition.