After being smacked yesterday just before Christmas with my insurance renewal, it's dawned on me that in 3 weeks my MOT is due. I've got to get my rear bushes/drop-links sorted (I believe, squeaky rear on speed bumps, haven't had her up yet to look). Last year's MOT had the 2 front anti-roll bar links replaced. My dipped HIDs are currently sitting in the standard Halogen housing and no real effort made to hide away the modification. I've read before that it's just the spread pattern/height which is checked and that I could be alright. Can anyone shed some more light? Here's where it gets a bit foggy. Last year's MOT (before I owned her) there was a fail for the front lamps position (+ the aim being too low), the position adjustment hasn't worked since I owned the car. It passed the day after but no records as to what they did to fix it on the invoice I have for it, I'm wondering if that problem will rear its head. Don't judge my poor abused car, but there's two pieces of polystyrene under each of my headlamps which could have been there "quick fix". On my Facelift frontend, the headlight washers also don't work/aren't wired up either but I've never really looked into it. The car does after all not have the OEM HID system they are designed for. Brakes should be fine, see no reason emissions wouldn't pass (especially on pure petroleum 97 octane). Anything else I should be looking out for? Air bag light is on, and has been since I brought the car, that's been an advisory on the past 2 tests. Although I've slowly been fixing up my girl, there's quite a bit I need to sort still. The question is what's going to be needed for the MOT? There's places I could travel to for an "easy pass" but I don't believe I'm going to get the opportunity. Might as well do it by the books.