Class 7 MOT Bay

If you are considering setting up a new Class 7 MOT bay or upgrading your existing equipment, Totalkare can supply all of the equipment required. Working closely with you, we can take you through the process from the design of your Class 7 MOT bay and application to the DVSA, through to the installation of the equipment and subsequent training and servicing.

Equipment included:

  • Hydraulic four post lift (with built-in radius plates, 6,500kg capacity, 6m platform)
  • Hydraulic play detectors
  • Jacking beam
  • In-ground brake tester
  • Headlamp tester
  • Petrol & diesel emissions analyser
  • Vehicle inspection pit
  • Standard MOT tools (if required)

The standard procedure for any of our Class 7 MOT bays is as follows:

Site Surveys

We will take detailed site measurements and layout information and in conjunction with the latest legislation we will talk you through the options available. We would suggest talking to an expert to carry out an assessment as the first step in any application.

Equipment Selection

Choosing the right equipment is essential to ensuring the longevity of your equipment. We will advise what is the best equipment to suit your individual needs and requirements.

Site Drawings

In order to obtain an agreement in principal from the DVSA a site CAD drawing will be required. We can assist you in the preparation of these drawings. We can also work directly with your chosen third parties such as groundworks, builders or architects to prepare these drawings.

DVSA Application

We will talk you through the DVSA application and assist you with the application.

Installation and training

All installations are carried out by our in-house engineers who will install and train you on the equipment we provide for your MOT test lane.


As with all Totalkare equipment we can provide a comprehensive service and calibration service to ensure your MOT test lane remains productive and compliant.