Here at Hofmann’s we offer you the easiest way to MOT your car with competitive pricing. We also offer servicing, repairs, tyres, brakes, exhausts and diagnostics.
We have a child friendly, comfortable waiting area, and tea and coffee are available on tap. We have a fleet of modern courtesy cars available and offer collection and delivery within the local area if you’re having you car serviced. Every MOT comes with a free car wash.
MOT testing is required by law on all vehicles in the UK that are 3 years old or more. The annual inspection follows strict criteria set out by the DVSA that determines if your car is fit for purpose and in roadworthy condition. To find out if your vehicle has a valid MOT and when your next MOT test is due, visit the GOV.UK website and enter your vehicle registration number.
We can MOT any Make of Car, 4×4, SUV and Light Commercial Vehicle.
Our highly trained team of technicians have extensive experience in most brands. If you would prefer, please give us a call to discuss your requirements on 01491 848800 or simply make an online booking below and we will deal with your request and confirm as soon as possible.
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Tips to help pass your MOT 1st time.
At MOT Henley on Thames, we want you to pass first time so we put together a helpful checklist of things you can
check yourself before taking your car in for its MOT test.
Your lights need to all be in good working order. This includes your headlights, sidelights, indicators, brake lights and not forgetting your vehicle registration light.
Your tyres should be properly inflated (check your vehicle handbook for correct tyre pressures or use our tyre pressure checker) and have at least 1.6mm of tread around the whole tyre.
Your wipers and washers should be in a suitable condition to give you a clear view of the road ahead. If your wipers are splitting or your washer feed is blocked, this will require attention prior to your MOT.
Engine oil levels
Check your oil levels. Remove your dipstick from the engine and give it a wipe. Put it back in the engine and pull it out again. Your oil level should be between the minimum and maximum marks (check your vehicle manual for specific instructions). Make sure your car is parked on an even level when doing this.
Make sure your braking system is in good working condition. If the car pulls to one side when you apply the brakes, this may suggest a problem that requires further attention before you take your MOT.