Hennessy VTN Commercial Testing

Hennessy VTN Test Centre is a member of the VTN network. Our purpose built test centre incorporates both Heavy Goods Vehicle and Light Goods Vehicle test lanes. We employ three highly qualified and experienced testers.

You can book your test online using the links below

Commercial Vehicle Testing Prices (inc VAT)

Service Price
LCV 3.5 Ton or less €111.16
Ambulances €166.74
Trailers €166.40
HCV 3.5 ton to 7.5 ton €168.26
HCV over 7.5 ton 2 axle €198.34
HCV over 7.5 ton 3 axle €235.63
HCV over 7.5 ton 4 axle €258.42
Coaches - Less than 14 seats €231.96
Coaches - 14 seats or more €233.96
Motor caravans - 2 axles €93.16
Motor caravans - 3 or more axles €114.95

Preparing For Your CVR Test

Please prepare for the test by ensuring that:

  1. You check your vehicle engine for oil and water and ensure the windscreen washer is topped with water.
  2. Seats and cargo area are clear of personal belongings such as tool kits and that the cargo area are accessible to complete certain parts of the test.
  3. The vehicle is reasonably clean (especially the underbody).
  4. Wheel hubcaps are removed (in particular where it is not otherwise possible to check the wheel nuts) and the tyres are inflated to the correct pressure.
  5. The engine is in a fit state to be tested eg: Timing belt/chain has been replaced in line with your manufacturers guidance. You may be asked to sign a disclaimer at your chosen test centre.
  6. You check that the safety belts/buckles are visible and working correctly. In the case of buses and other passenger vehicles you should make sure that you check belts and buckles for all passenger seats.
  7. Your registration plates are clean and comply with current regulations.
  8. The person who brings the vehicle for inspection brings identification with them in the form of a driving licence or passport as failure to provide the required identification will result in the vehicle not being issued a pass statement and CRW should the vehicle pass the test.
  9. Your vehicles temperature gauge is showing as ‘normal’ prior to arriving at the test centre for inspection.