Make sure your hybrid vehicle is road legal and runs smoothly with our hybrid MOT.
With the increased cost of owning and running cars more people are turning to electric and hybrids vehicles. Over 250,000 people in the UK own a plug-in vehicle.
Like regular cars a hybrid vehicle needs to pass an annual MOT test after the first 3 years. The Ministry of Transport test, commonly known as the MOT test, is an annual safety check to ensure a vehicle meets the minimum safety standards and levels of exhaust emissions set out by the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, formerly VOSA).
Our team are experienced in carrying out hybrid MOTs and with 17 MOT centres across Central Scotland Farmer Autocare are the right choice wherever you are. We have the latest equipment that allows us to inspect and diagnose any problems, and for honest and reliable repairs and advice visit Farmer Autocare.
What is a Hybrid Car?
A hybrid car combines a conventional petrol or diesel engine with an electric motor. These work together to give you the best mileage.
How Do Hybrid Cars Work?
Hybrid cars offer the best of both worlds, reduced CO2 emissions with no restriction on the number of miles you can travel. The electric engine is used to supplement the conventional engine. Regenerative braking charges the battery.
Hybrid Car Battery Lifespan
Hybrid batteries are designed to last the cars lifetime and should last for 100,000 miles.