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No mot is not endorsable, i.e. - you do not get points on your licence.
Usually a £60 fine although it can be higher.
Car is not removed from you if it is taxed and insured.
You will only be prosecuted for invalid insurance as well if you have been involved in an accident and the insurance company refuse to cover you
thumbs down, sweet.
You might want to check the DVLA site for offences and penalties.
You might also like to know i spent 12 years working for recovery company that contracted for the police and removed vehicles from unlicenced, untaxed and uninsured drivers but strangely never non mot'd