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What Are Diesel Emissions Claims?

You could be eligible for up to £10,000 if you owned or leased a diesel vehicle between 2009 and 2020
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A number of car manufacturers are accused of diesel emissions fraud after allegedly fitting defeat devices in their vehicles to cheat emissions tests and laws between 2009 and 2020.

Hundreds of thousands of diesel cars and vans are involved in this scandal, and it is believed that they were producing emissions levels that significantly exceeded laws put in place to protect the public and the environment.

In the case of Mercedes, it is claimed that each illegal vehicle was producing over 40 times the EU and UK emissions limit.

My Claim Company aims to get every driver of a diesel vehicle, first registered between 2009 and 2020, a chance of receiving up to £10,000 in compensation.

Mercedes, Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Vauxhall, Ford, Citroen, Peugeot, Renault, Nissan, Skoda, Jaguar, and Land Rover are among those alleged to be involved in the emissions scandal. Some of these manufacturers have already paid out millions, or even billions, in compensation to drivers.

We believe that corporations should be held accountable for the damage they have caused and we are already representing tens of thousands of affected drivers.

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Potentially claim back up to £10,000 per vehicle
that was fitted with a defeat device.

What Are Defeat Devices?

Defeat devices, also commonly called cheat devices, are fitted into diesel vehicles to falsify emissions levels by using test conditions to pass regulatory checks.

Real-world driving conditions produce much higher emissions levels, meaning affected vehicles would not pass regulatory checks without the use of defeat devices.

Emissions laws are therefore being cheated and excess emissions can have consequences for the environment and the health of the public.
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