Motorcycle MOT stations
Find a motorcycle MOT testing station near you! Our database has 3171 motorbike MOT stations in the UK.
Motorcycle MOT stations near me
Our database contains 3171 MOT stations that are authorized by the DVSA to provide motorcycle MOT tests for all types of A2 motorcycles.
DVSA updates its database of active MOT stations between two and four times per year, and our website reflects this data - including the name, address and telephone number of those stations.
If you're looking for a motorcycle MOT station near you, select a region in our list of counties/regions or try searching for a town or city name in the search box.
How much does a motorcycle MOT cost?
The DVSA splits motorbikes into two groups, which are class 1 and class 2. These are:
- Class 1 motorbike: engine up to 200cc
- Class 2 motorbike: engine over 200cc
It's important to note that all of the motorcycle MOT stations in our list are certified to carry out class 1 and class 2 MOT tests. However, for the cost of an MOT test, you will need to keep the class in mind.
|MOT cost by motorcycle class|
|Class 1 motorcycle|
A motorcycle with an engine up to 200cc without a sidecar will cost £29.65 or less
|Class 1 motorcycle with a sidecar|
A motorcycle with an engine up to 200cc and an attached sidecar will cost £37.80 or less
|Class 2 motorcycle|
A motorcycle with an engine larger than 200cc without a sidecar will cost £29.65 or less
|Class 2 motorcycle with a sidecar|
A motorcycle with an engine larger than 200cc and an attached sidecar will cost £37.80 or less
Please note that these fees are the maximum fee that the motorcycle MOT station near you can charge. Therefore, some MOT stations may have offers or charge less for a motorbike MOT.
When does my bike need an MOT?
A new motorbike doesn't need an MOT test for the first 3 years from the date of registration.
Just like with a car, the first motorcycle MOT test will be due when the motorcycle is 3 years old. After this first MOT test, you will need to have an MOT test every single year, before the previous MOT certificate expires.
If your MOT certificate expires, it is illegal to ride your motorbike, unless it's to a motorcycle MOT station to obtain an MOT for your bike.