Tyres, Rims & Trims – MOT testing and servicing
MOT testing at your approved DVSA garage in Whitburn
An MOT is an annual test required on all vehicles over the age of three. If your MOT is approaching, book your upcoming test at Tyres, Rims & Trims. As an experienced, trusted and family-run garage in Whitburn, we are able to complete your yearly test to the required standard. As a member of Scottish Motor Trade Association and approved by the Vehicle and Operation Services Agency, our team should be your first choice for trusted advice.
What happens if my car fails its MOT?
It is common to discover unknown faults that you didn’t know existed once your car fails its MOT. By booking your next MOT with us, our team will guide you through the test and update you on any progression and faults found. We will then recommend the best solution to quickly restore your vehicle. The annual MOT test regulated by the DVSA is designed to inspect all areas of your vehicle that are prone to wear over age. During your MOT test with Tyres, Rims & Trims, our team will inspect your vehicle from the lights, horn, bodywork, seat belts and braking system. By checking these vital areas, our team can conduct any necessary work when required, guaranteeing your safety behind the wheel for the year ahead.
Vehicle services at Tyres, Rims & Trims
At Tyres, Rims & Trims, our team can conduct vital vehicle servicing. We want our customers who be confident in the condition of their car. Our servicing is available for drivers once every 6,000, 12,000 and 24,000 miles. We will use your vehicle’s manufacturer’s recommended checklist. If we do discover a fault within your vehicle, don’t panic. You can be confident that our experienced mechanics will conduct important repairs with the use of recommended repair parts. No matter how big or small the fault is, our team will work to the highest standard to complete such work. This will benefit not only your personal safety but also in prolonging your vehicle’s lifespan. Any vehicle with frequent servicing is at a lower rate of breaking down and can result in a lower overall running cost.