The cost of an MOT is 35 euros (correct as of 2020) Results of the test are electronically transmitted to the Department of Transport. Once a test is completed successfully, the vehicle testing station issues the certificate. This should be carried in the car and made available for inspection.
How much should I pay for an MOT?
The exact MOT cost depends on what type of vehicle you drive. The maximum cost of an MOT for a car is legally set at £54.85. The maximum price of an MOT on a motorcycle both up to 200cc and over 200cc is £29.65, and the maximum cost of an MOT for vans up to 3,500kg is £58.60.
How much is the road tax in Cyprus?
Road tax rates in Cyprus
|Engine Capacity (cc)||Up to 1450||1451-1650|
|Cost will be in the range|
|Commercial vehicles (from 2014 only)||€10-27||€39-44|
Are cars expensive in Cyprus?
New and used cars are more expensive to buy in Cyprus than the UK. It may be more cost-effective to purchase a car on the island, however, if excise taxes add up when shipping yours over. It’s worth noting that cars tend to retain their value more in Cyprus than they do in the UK.
How much does an MOT cost 2020?
There’s a maximum amount MOT test stations can charge. This depends on the type of vehicle. The maximum fee for a car is £54.85 and £29.65 for a standard motorcycle. You do not pay VAT on the fee.
How much can a failed MOT cost?
The cost of the MOT test is £54.85 and average repairs are costing £272 which is a total of £326.85 costs. The most common reason for failed MOT tests is faulty light bulbs, which accounts for 30 per cent of failures, according to Driver and Vehicle Standard Agency (DVSA).
How do I pay my car tax in Cyprus?
Where to pay Road tax
- Commercial banks (online via their website or in person at the branch)
- Citizens’ Service Centre.
- District post office.
- HQ and district offices of the Road Transport Department.
How do you know when first MOT is due?
The time of registration is the guideline from which you need to count three years forward to provide the date for the first MOT. In the case of a new car if the car was registered as new on 1 February 2013, then the first MOT will have to be done not later than 1 February 2016.
Can I Sorn my car in Cyprus?
C.S. Cyprus SORN is known as TOM12. If the vehicle is off-road, your friends have absolutely nothing to worry about. It is not illegal to own a registered vehicle that is untaxed and uninsured as long as it is off-road.
How do I know when my car tax needs renewing?
To check when your vehicle’s tax is due for renewal you can use the DVLA’s own tool. You just need to enter the car’s registration number and the tool will tell you when its tax is due as well as whether it has a valid MOT and when the next test is due.
How do I renew my car tax in Cyprus?
Road tax can be renewed online on http://rtd.mcw.gov.cy, at commercial banks, at citizens’ services centres, district post offices and the headquarters and district offices of the Road Transport Department. Road tax can be renewed for three, six, nine or 12 months. Vehicles must have an MOT and insurance.
What do I need to buy a car in Cyprus?
The following documents (and at least one photocopy) will be required:
- Identification (passport or Cypriot Residency Card) for both buyer and seller.
- DoRT (MOT) test certificate.
- Proof of insurance coverage, provided by the buyer.
How much does it cost to register a car in Cyprus?
The registration process should take around two to three days and you should expect to pay approximately Euro 150 for the documentary certification and registration process.
How much does it cost to export a car to Cyprus?
Cyprus Car Shipping Options
Our typical car shipping costs to Cyprus start from as low as £565.00 for saloons and £675.00 for 4 x 4’s, all larger vehicles being shipped to Cyprus need to be quoted on a case by case basis as overall dimensions are required to work out the rates.