A four-wheeled vehicle is considered to be a lorry with a maximum of 9 seats, including the driver’s seat, and intended for the transport of goods. In addition, the cab is not integrated with the rest of the body. These vehicles belong to category N.
Lorries, like any other vehicle in circulation, also have to undergo a roadworthiness test to ensure that they are in good condition and have optimum conditions to promote road safety and environmental protection.
This is the main objective of the MOT for trucks, which as we will see below, has some significant differences compared to that of other motor vehicles, such as cars or motorcycles.