Marriott Motor Group Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Statement (24.03.2020)
During these uncertain times, Marriott Motor Group's thoughts go out to all who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are a family-owned business and take our responsibilities towards the health and wellbeing of our teams, our customers and our wider community very seriously.
Due to the unfolding situation we have taken the difficult decision to temporarily close our showrooms and workshops with effect from 2:00pm Wednesday March 25th 2020.
Whilst we are closing our showroom doors, we are still here online and via email if you need us. So whether you have a service or MOT booked with us, have placed an order and are awaiting delivery of a new vehicle, or if you have an enquiry on a vehicle in our stock, we will do whatever possible to support you and keep you informed every step of the way.
In the meantime, some of us are still available to take your emails and offer advice where appropriate. You can contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or you can browse our stock, services and offers at www.marriottmotorgroup.co.uk
We trust you understand and we will continue to update our website following any further Government guidance, so please bookmark our website home page www.marriottmotorgroup.co.uk for live updates. If you have any other concerns or queries, please contact on the email above.
We wish all our customers, colleagues, suppliers and their families good health. We are all in this together and we will get through it together.
MOT Status during the closure of our business
From 30 March 2020, MOT due dates for cars, motorcycles and light vans will be extended by 6 months. This is being done to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
What you need to do?
You do not need to do anything to extend your vehicle’s MOT expiry date if it’s on or after 30 March 2020. However, you must keep your vehicle safe to drive.
Your vehicle will be automatically given a 6-month MOT exemption. This will extend your current MOT expiry date by 6 months.
Your vehicle’s MOT was due to expire on 3 April 2020.
This will automatically be extended to 3 October 2020. You will need to get your MOT by this date.
You can check your MOT history to see when you have been issued an exemption. It will not be updated straight away, so keep checking back if your new due date MOT is not yet showing.
If your vehicle’s first MOT is due
Your vehicle will be automatically given a 6-month MOT exemption from the date its first MOT was due.
Official Government Guidance