What is a Class 7 MOT?
MOTs are needed for nearly all vehicles in the UK, but there are different classes for different types of vehicle. For example, for a normal family car that can carry up to a maximum of eight passengers, a Class 4 MOT is required. This is by far the most common type of MOT that is carried out. But, what vehicles fall under the Class 7 MOT? Let’s take a look at this in a little more detail, with help from Class 7 MOT Reading.
A Class 7 MOT is
usually needed for vehicles that weight between 3000 and 3500 kilograms. Usually,
this weight range includes your commercial vans, such as the Ford Transit,
Renault Traffic and the Mercedes Sprinter.
If you are not 100%
sure of the weight of your vehicle, fear not, because the weight of your
vehicle will likely be detailed in your vehicle handbook. If you don’t have
this handbook to hand, a quick search online will likely result in you being
able to find your weight. But, make sure the information provided is accurate,
as the weights of vehicles vary depending on the year they were made, as well
as things such as the make, model and VIN of the vehicle. This will allow you
to determine …read more