Do I need to renew my MoT after my vehicle was written off to Cat N?

My motorbike was hit by a can on the parking bay and the damage was only cosmetic (a few scratches). However, after requesting an estimate for the repair, due to the high cost, the other insurer decided to write off to as a Cat N. I want to keep the motorbike (the MoT was renewed three months ago), do I need to pass the MoT again to put it on the road?

Asked on 13 June 2019 by Leandro Silva

Answered by Tim Kelly
No you do not. Though it does need to be roadworthy.
Similar questions
How much less would a fully repaired Cat N car sell for compared with an underaged car?
If buying a car with a Category N, do I need a certificate after repairs so that it is approved to drive again?
My car was a Cat N write off. A settlement has been agreed but do I have to re-insure the car and do I need to contact the DVLA? The car was bought back from insurance company.


Value my car