Last Updated: February 27, 2024
EMISSIONS COMPENSATION Find out if you’re entitled to claim money back due to your car emissions
- Millions of vehicles are potentially affected.
- Find out if your vehicle is eligible.
- You could get back 25-75% of the vehicle's purchase price
IF you bought or leased a diesel vehicle between 2008 to 2018, you may have incurred higher fuel costs, lower re-sale value and a lot more.
Vehicle manufacturers allegedly used software to deceive air pollution tests by modifying the engine's performance to produce lower emissions, making it appear as if the vehicle was environmentally friendly, even though it emitted harmful pollutants. As a result, customers who purchased diesel vehicles based on misleading information may be eligible for compensation.
Many car owners were previously unaware that they could reclaim money for their diesel vehicles, but are now seeking assistance from Diesel Emission Claims to determine if they are eligible to claim back 25-75% of the vehicle's purchase price
Diesel vehicles fitted with a defeat device between 2008 to 2018, are emitting harmful levels of pollution.
How to join the group claim
Starting a claim is a straightforward process for consumers, who can begin by visiting the website.
After that, they will go through an initial validation process that involves an online vehicle lookup to verify eligibility for potential compensation, checking the duration of vehicle ownership, and providing contact information.