Whilst the Group Litigation against VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda, is closed for now, if you have purchased a Mercedes motor vehicle or van between 2009 and 2016 you may be able to claim compensation up to about £10,000. For further information please click on our web page Mercedes Diesel Compensation Claims
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Vehicle owners are now joining the VW Group Action Register to claim VW compensation in the UK.
Vehicle owners are forced to take legal action in the UK. VW will not pay any compensation volunarily.Vehicle recalls have happened in the past, even on a large scale, but over time this has not affected the ‘brand’ of the vehicle manufacturer. However the ‘VW Scandal’ is somewhat different as it goes to the root of trust. If what has been said is true, that Volkswagen had used cheat software to sell its diesel engines as ‘cleaner’ or ‘greener’ than what they were, the damage to its reputation may take years to repair, if at all. It’s not just VW Vehicle owners but also shareholder who may have lost out on the value of VW shares.
VW Compensation Claims
Whilst in the past vehicle recalls for mechanical faults were a flaw in the process or design that the manufacturer will pay to rectify, this appears to be different. It has been said in the press that the cheat software used during diesel testing is a scandal. But what can VW customers do now? Certainly our principal Solicitor Mr Ronnie Hutcheon believes that the first step is to register a VW Compensation claim.
How To Find Your VIN Number
Your car will have a VIN number which will tell you if your engine has the affected software so that you can make a claim. Each car has a unique VIN code and you do not have to look under the bonnet to find it. The VIN number will look like the code below: WVWZZZ1JZXW111110 The VIN number is usually found in the following places:
- Car Service Booklet
- Your in-car system
- Windscreen - bottom corner - passenger side
VW Diesel Claims - Register Your Claim
If you have not had your recall letter yet, here is how to check if your car is affected in this short video.
VW Diesel Group Action Register
If your vehicle is affected by the VW Scandal, you should now consider making a VW compensation claim against:
Below is a short animated video that explains what you need to do to make a VW Diesel Claim against the VW Group and to register your claim in the Class Action at Court which is now underway.
VW Diesel Claims - 1.2 Million Cars Affected - Join the VW Register to Claim