Tag: defeat devices
First published by Admin on January 13, 2021 in the following categories: Group Action Mercedes Nissan Emissions Scandal NOx Renault Emissions Scandal and tagged with claim now | class action | compensation | daimler | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fiat chrysler | fuel emissions | group action | join action | make claim | Mercedes | nissan | porsche | renault
Start your emissions compensation claim with us today – find out now if you could be entitled to claim with our No Win, No Fee representation.
If you have been involved in any of the recent alleged emissions scandals involving car manufacturers such as, Mercedes, Nissan & Renault, Porsche, or Fiat, you could be eligible to make a compensation claim with us today.
First published by Admin on December 24, 2020 in the following categories: Group Action Mercedes Nissan Emissions Scandal NOx Renault Emissions Scandal and tagged with claim now | compensation | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fiat chrysler | fuel emissions | group action | join action | make claim | Mercedes | nissan | porsche | renault
Your Lawyers (T/a The Car Emissions Lawyers) are pioneers in vehicle emissions action. We were one of the first to take action for the Volkswagen ‘Dieselgate’ emissions scandal and have been taking action ever since. Read on to find out more about the Car Emissions Lawyers below.
We are an experienced law firm that is passionate about the impact of emissions scandals on our health and the environment, and we make it our mission to champion consumer rights. With the emissions scandals, it is down to allegations that some manufacturers could be using a form of ‘defeat device’ software to cheat emissions tests and pass EU emissions restrictions. By cheating the tests, cars could then produce illegal amounts of NOx (Nitrogen Oxide) during normal use which can be extremely harmful to both the human population and to the environment.
If your vehicle has been subject to a software update in relation to engine management, systems, or emissions, you could be eligible to make an emissions claim with us now.
First published by Contributor on October 06, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News NOx and tagged with clean air standards | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | join action | NOx
Emissions regulations are in place worldwide to restrict the release of extreme amounts of harmful gases that could damage our planet and our health.
Such gases include Nitrogen Oxide (NOx), which is a common pollutant from diesel engines. Car manufacturers must limit the amount of NOx their vehicles emit in order to comply with European regulations that are in place to protect us.
Unfortunately, some manufacturers have used software – also known as ‘defeat devices’ – in their diesel vehicles to dupe the emissions testing system. The devices used by Volkswagen in the original “dieselgate” scandal could detect when the vehicle was being tested and restrict emissions during testing. However, in usual driving conditions, the vehicles could pollute far more.
First published by Admin on September 22, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action Mercedes and tagged with class action | clean air standards | daimler | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | Mercedes | Mercedes recall
Why should you be concerned about Mercedes NOx emissions? Why is our compensation action so important? What are the risks and dangers for people?
These are some of the questions that people ask when they consider joining the Mercedes Emissions Compensation Action here in the UK. As a leading firm of consumer action lawyers that pioneered the first High Court action against VW in England and Wales in January 2016, we are well placed to tell you why claiming is important.
NOx is dangerous to human health and to the environment. Any carmaker that is found to have cheated the rules should be held to account, and owners should be compensated.
Will the new so-called “impossible-to-cheat” emissions tests work? Or, will automotive manufactures find a way to cheat the new tests (again)?
The Volkswagen Emissions Scandal brought to light the stark realisation that car manufactures are capable of – and happy to – cheat. There was nothing accidental about the “dieselgate” scandal, which was an intentionally-conceived mission to ensure VW Group vehicles passed emissions testing by cheating.
Many are understandably wondering whether the new so-called “impossible-to-cheat” emissions tests will really work.