The vehicle’s specifications, also known as the MoT (Ministry of Transport) test. The brakes, lights, steering, suspension, tyres, wheels, seat belts, wipers, washers, horn, exhaust, and structural bodywork are all tested. If any of these components is found to be defective, the vehicle will fail the test. If you are unsure about the condition of each item, you can have a pre-MoT check performed by a garage at a much lower cost than the test itself. Remember that you can only drive an unlicensed vehicle on the road if you are on your way to or from a pre-scheduled MoT test.