Class 7 MOT & Repairs
Class 7 MOTs are for commercial vehicles weighing between 3,000kg and 3,500kg design gross weight. … The tests for both vehicle classes for the most part cover the same areas, but Class 7 MOTs allow for greater weights from heavier vehicles, checking that the tyres fitted are suitable for the load that they are carrying.
During a Class 7 MOT, the assessor will look at many different elements of your vehicle. For example, they will pay attention to the brakes to determine their condition and operation. This includes service brakes, parking brakes, secondary brakes, and anti-lock braking systems.
Visibility for the driver will be assessed too, including the condition of the windscreen and windscreen wipers, field of vision, and bonnet catchers.
Other areas that your MOT will cover include lights, reflectors, and electrical equipment, as well as axles, wheels, and suspension. The body, structure, and attachments of your vehicle are examined in the test too, including the exhaust system, bumpers, bodywork, seats, doors, and flooring. Other equipment, such as your seat belts, horns, airbags, speedo, and electronic stability control, are also looked at. The environmental checks include exhaust emissions, noise levels, and fluid leaks.
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