MOT Assessment – Class 5 Testing
What Are Class 5 Vehicles?
A class 5 vehicle are those of private passenger vehicles, motor caravans, ambulances and dual-purpose vehicles with 13 or more passenger seats. Class 5 light has a weight of no more than 5,000kg Design Gross Weight. In order to test Class 5 vehicles, you must complete additional training specific to testing class 5 vehicles, an MoT assessment and another DVSA Demonstration Test.
How do I become a Class 5 MoT Assessment Tester?
You must be a qualified Class 4 & 7 MOT Tester before you can apply to the DVSA for a class 5 demonstration test.
You can carry out your own training by reading the relevant sections of DVSA MoT Inspection Manual https://www.gov.uk/topic/mot/manuals, then sit the online assessment with one of the awarding bodies. Alternatively, you can use our Class 5 e-Learning & Assessment package, this will take you through all the relevant information you need to know step by step click here to order now:
- £60 MOT Class 5 e-Learning & Assessment – MOT Club Members Only
- £70 MOT Class 5 e-Learning & Assessment – Non-Members
Once the course has been completed and passed the technician must apply for a DVSA MOT demonstration test – https://www.mot-testing.service.gov.uk/login
Candidates must meet the eligibility requirements to attend this course. See the link for more information https://www.gov.uk/become-an-mot-tester/class-3-or-5-mot-tester-training