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MOT Lifts and Ramps

Concept Garage Equipment can supply and install any type of DVSA Approved MOT Lift or MOT Ramp for your MOT Testing station, either stand-alone or as part of aΒ full MOT Bay installation. If you work only on cars, you will need a Class 4 MOT Lift. If your work includes light commercial vehicles, then a Class 7 MOT Lift is likely to meet your garage requirements. As experts inΒ MOT Bays and Equipment, we can supply MOT Lifts for every need. If you are unsure what you will require for your workshop call us today onΒ 0113 469 0572or head to our contact us page and we’ll call you right back.

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  • MOT Class 7 Lift 4 Post 5 Tonne from Concept Garage Equipment

    Class 7 MOT Lift 4 Post 5 Tonne Lifting Capacity

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  • MOT Class 4 Lift 4 Post 4 Tonne from Concept Garage Equipment

    Class 4 MOT Lift 4 Post 4 Tonne Lifting Capacity

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  • 4 Post Lift 4 Tonne Class 4 MOT ATL Lift and OPTL by Tecalemit from Concept Garage Equipment

    4 Post Lift 4 Tonne Class 4 MOT ATL Lift and OPTL

    £11,495.00 +VAT
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  • 4 Post Lift 4 Tonne MOT Lift Class 4 ATL and OPTL 1 Phase or 3 Phase by Tecalemit from Concept Garage Equipment

    4 Post Lift 4 Tonne MOT Lift Class IV (ATL & OPTL)

    £11,499.00 +VAT
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An MOT ramp or MOT lift as they are called in the motor industry are in fact the same thing. The ramp or lift is a piece of equipment within a workshop or garage environment and allows the MOT tester to raise the vehicle from the floor to allow for access to the underside of the vehicle. The MOT ramp or MOT lift can come in different styles, for example, there are four post lifts or scissor lifts within an MOT bay.

There are different options when it comes to MOT ramps and what is the best one.

This all depends on if you are a working on a TPTL (Two Person Test Lane), ATL (Automated Test Lane) or OPTL (One Person Test Lane).

If you work on a TPTL you will have a ramp with radius turn plates on top of the platform.

If you work on a OPTL you will have radius turn plates plus a play detector within your platform.

To be an ATL test centre you will have the required ATL brake tester which makes your MOT bay fully automated (ATL).

The class of MOT lift (Bay) is dependent on what type of vehicles you wish to test.

For example, if your garage or workshop work on cars, you will be a class 4 MOT station.

If you work on cars and light commercials, then you would require class 7.

Installing any class MOT lift is dependent on the space available. You need to have the correct height, width, and length to determine which lift is the correct fit for your business.