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  2. MOT | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

    MOT is a noun or verb that refers to a test for the safety of UK road vehicles, or a process of having a road vehicle inspected. Learn how to use MOT in different contexts, with pronunciation, synonyms and translations.

  3. Check the MOT status of a vehicle - GOV.UK

    Find out if a vehicle has an MOT certificate and when it runs out by entering its registration number. This service is also available in Welsh and covers the MOT test requirements and dates for new and existing vehicles.

  4. Mot Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

    Mot is a French word that means a pithy or witty saying. It can be used as a noun or a verb, and it has a history of originating from a French word for a saying. Learn more about its usage, synonyms, and related phrases from Merriam-Webster dictionary.

  5. MOT - Definition by AcronymFinder

    What does MOT stand for? MOT abbreviation. Define MOT at

  6. MOT test - Wikipedia

    The MOT test (or simply MOT) is an annual test of vehicle safety, roadworthiness aspects and exhaust emissions required in the United Kingdom for most vehicles over three years old. In Northern Ireland the equivalent requirement applies after four years. [1]

  7. MOT - What does MOT stand for? The Free Dictionary

    MOT: Month Of Travel: MOT: Motorola, Inc. (NYSE stock symbol) MOT: Molecular Orbital Theory: MOT: Ministry of Transport (UK) MOT: Museum of Transportation (various locations) MOT: Maintenance of Traffic (civil engineering) MOT: Ministry of Telecommunications (various locations) MOT: Museum of Tolerance (Los Angeles, CA) MOT: Mother of Twins ...

  8. Check the MOT history of a vehicle - GOV.UK

    Check the past results of a vehicle’s MOT tests, including: if it passed or failed. the mileage recorded when it was tested. You can also: check when the next MOT is due. download a copy of the...

  9. What is an MOT? | The AA

    MOT stands for Ministry of Transport. This was the government department responsible for checking vehicle roadworthiness when the test was introduced in 1960. Back to top What checks are included in an MOT? The MOT test checks a range of car parts, from the braking and fuel system to the seatbelts, wipers, mirrors, lights and the exhaust.

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