Roller Team Motorhome MOT, Service & Repair


Roller Team motorhomes require an MOT every year if they are over 3 years old, just like other vehicles. If you don’t get an MOT, your road tax and motorhome insurance will become invalid, and your Roller Team motorhome might not be roadworthy either.

The MOT test has very strict criteria set by the DVSA. It involves a comprehensive inspection that will determine whether your Roller Team motorhome is suitable to be on the road, and various safety checks will be completed by the examiner, who is approved by the DVSA, including the tyres, lights, emissions and seat belts.

If they are not up to the required standard, they will be categorised into one of three options: advisories, minors and majors. This will be displayed on your MOT document along with a report of what the examiner has found.

If your Roller Team motorhome weighs up to 3.5 tonnes, it will be in the Class 4 category when it comes to the MOT. If it is larger than 3.5 tonnes, it may be categorised as Class 7. Both categories are very similar, but larger vehicles involve more in-depth tests. The additional checks in a Class 7 MOT include things like checking whether the tyres can carry extra weight as well as testing the efficiency of the brakes.

Roller Team Motorhome MOT

Why Choose TMC for Your MOT?

We have comprehensive testing facilities for motorhome MOTs, so we can carry out the MOT for your Roller Team motorhome as well as your motorhome servicing all in one place. Not many service centres can accommodate all your needs, but that’s exactly what we do at Tottington Motor Company.

We provide a full range of services for Roller Team motorhomes, from the Habitation Service and routine engine service to MOTs and repairs. All work is carried out in our state-of-the-art workshop, and we have a range of facilities including a floor-mounted rolling road to test brake efficiency, axle weighing and four-post ramps.


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When you bring your Roller Team motorhome in for testing, here are some of the items the tester will check:

1. Lights must all work properly and headlines must be aligned.

2. Brake lights must illuminate upon pressing the brake pedal.

3. Number plates must be visible and clear, and number plate lights must work.

4. Tyre tread depth must be 1.6mm or greater and wheels must be in good condition.

5. Seat belts must be in good condition, and the driver’s seat should move forwards and back.

6. Any windscreen damage must be less than 40mm, or 10mm if it is in the driver’s view.

7. The wipers must be clean and free of damage.

8. There must be screen wash in the bottle.

9. The horn must be working properly.

We have worked hard over 40 years building and rebuilding our workshop, and we are famous for our excellent customer service. Our workshop has even won awards, and it’s the envy of our competitors right across the North of England!

We even earned the coveted Approved Workshop accreditation in 2018, which is a joint enterprise between the Caravan Club, National Caravan Council and Camping & Caravanning Club. At TMC, we are assessed regularly by a team of independent assessors, and we enjoy passing on our knowledge of Roller Team Motorhomes to our customers and providing an excellent service.

Roller Team MOT Checklist