April 4, 2016

Driving Without Valid MOT

One of the most worrying things that can happen to a driver is your insurance becoming invalid. This can happen for a number of reasons – If the policy expires, or if you drive the car in circumstances that are not covered by the policy, such as on a motorway if you are not covered to drive on one, or abroad if you don’t have insurance to do this.

One event that can cause confusion is driving without a valid MOT certificate. If the certificate has expired, your insurance will likely become invalid too – Unless, you are driving the car directly to an MOT test station where you have an appointment made.

You can also drive the car directly back home if your car fails the MOT, if it is roadworthy, or within a reasonable distance to a garage or another MOT test station for a re-test.

Safe driving from Britannia!