Use council MOT test centres to save money longterm (especially with older cars)

Use council MOT test centres to save money longterm (especially with older cars)

Use local council car MOT test centres if you don’t trust your local garages

It’s impartial advice, as the majority don’t offer repairs in house. You will generally be charged more than local garages, who often run them cheap to get you in the door and then list lots of expensive repairs. However it’s better to pay a little more for an honest opinion than less for a false one with massive repair bills.

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