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    MOT test: recommendation required in NE.

    Good morning, can anyone recommend an MOT tester in Northumberland - I was thinking within about 15miles of Alnwick,
    regards

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    Ian Bells , Bedlington is your best bet also Motorcare in Alnwick used to do bike tests, S and J on Hadston Industrial Estate do bike tests by appointment

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    Add Morpeth Motorcycles and Cliffwell Garage in Amble as well

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    The guy I use in Darlington is good - but too far away, I suspect

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    New sham motorcycles blyth
    Bit far maybe?

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    I am an MOT tester.
    I work out of A1 MOT Centre in Ashington.

    I used to have my own business fixing bikes and I got MOT qualified, i'm not self employed anymore but still do MOT's on Saturdays.

    Cheers Ian

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    Thanks everyone, all input gratefully received......and a face-to-face recommendation for (S & J / Hadston) by a biker outside of my local Screwfix last week.
    Need to get a half-day booked from work to get booked in - so it's open to whoever can squeeze me in with my weird diary.

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    When you free?

    Ian

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    Steve at S&J will do a late mot. I normally give him call and I go after work about between 5&6. He has sold the garage but still does the bike mots
    we came we saw we went home

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    Hi Ian, sorry it's taken so long to reply but work commitments mean i'll not be free on weekdays until i can book some holidays.
    What day might suit you best ?
    Shaun

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