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2021/2022 MOT Annual Assessment Topics

2021/2022 MOT Annual Assessment Topics

The topics you need to study for your MOT Annual Training and Assessment 2021/2022 have now been published. Here are the lists of topics, depending on whether you test class 1 & 2 vehicles or class 4 & 7 vehicles.

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MOT Annual Assessment Topics 2021/22 (Class 1 and 2)

New vehicle technology

  • Lighting systems, multiple function lamps
  • Electric powered vehicle
  • Health and safety when dealing with alternative fuel vehicles
  • Carbon fibre components

  • MOT testing requirements

  • VE powers and procedures
  • Training logs
  • Equipment failure
  • Test equipment including operating instructions
  • Recording of vehicle details
  • PRS
  • Emission test
  • Major Minor Dangerous
  • Dealing with technical enquires

  • Corrosion and standards of repair

  • Prescribed areas
  • Frame arrangements including sidecars
  • Suitable materials
  • Bonded repairs
  • Repairs to alloy/steel wheels
  • carbon fibre components
  • Brake pipes

  • Testing procedures

  • Tyres for Group A
  • Linked braking systems
  • Braking system modification
  • Multi-link suspension
  • Headlamp conversions
  • Jacking of the vehicle

  • MOT Inspection Manual

    MOT Annual Assessment Topics 2021/22 (Class 4 and 7)

    New vehicle technology

  • Lighting systems, multiple function lamps
  • Electric, hybrid and hydrogen-powered vehicle
  • Health and safety when dealing with alternative fuel vehicles
  • Fly by wire’ steering systems
  • Carbon fibre components

  • MOT testing requirements

  • VE powers and procedures
  • Training logs
  • Equipment failure (including linked equipment 4 & 7 only)
  • Test equipment including operating instructions
  • Recording of vehicle details
  • PRS
  • Emission and smoke test (BET test procedures smoke test temperature, etc.)
  • Major Minor Dangerous (ensure minor defects are recorded)
  • Chassis types
  • Dealing with technical enquires
  • Corrosion and standards of repair

  • Prescribed areas
  • Chassis types
  • Suitable materials
  • Bonded repairs
  • Repairs to alloy/steel wheels
  • Carbon fibre components
  • Brake pipes

  • Testing procedures

  • Tyres for Group B
  • Linked braking systems
  • Smoke test
  • Drivers view
  • Headlamp conversions
  • Jacking of the vehicle

  • MOT Inspection Manual

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