The government is allowing MOT centres and garages to remain open. So you can still get an MOT if you need your vehicle for the following reasons:
If your MOT runs out while you’re staying at home because you or someone you live with has symptoms of coronavirus (self-isolation), you should book an MOT test after your period of self-isolation is over.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is working with insurers and the police to make sure you are not unfairly penalised for not being able to get an MOT.
All cars, vans and motorcycles which usually would require an MOT test will be exempted from needing a test from 30 March. For this to be valid;
Transport secretary Grant Shapps said:
“We must ensure those on the frontline of helping the nation combat COVID-19 are able to do so. Allowing this temporary exemption from vehicle testing will enable vital services such as deliveries to continue, frontline workers to get to work, and people get essential food and medicine."