You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving a vehicle without a valid MOT.
Are MOTs cancelled?
For most people, the answer is no. The DVSA has said that, for the moment, MOTs for cars, motorcycles and light vans are continuing as normal. That means that if your car/bike/van is due its MOT in the coming days you should still arrange to have the test carried out. Failing to do so could invalidate your insurance and leave you at risk of being fined. However, the DVSA has suspended testing of all heavy goods vehicles (HGV), trailers and public service vehicles (PSV) for up to three months and said it is keeping testing of other vehicles under review.
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