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Which car maker is next?

First published by Admin on October 12, 2015 in the following categories: Emissions News and tagged with

There is growing speculation that the Volkswagen Group – which includes Audi, SEAT, and Skoda – is not the only car manufacturing giant hiding a secret. Since the breaking of the news that Volkswagen have been fitting defeat devices in to vehicles to cheat emissions testing, many car owners are concerned that their own brand may also be hiding something.

So which car maker is next? Some have already spoken out and stated they do not use ‘defeat devices’ but given the scale of this scandal, how can we be convinced?
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Volkswagen HQ raided as scandal widens

First published by Admin on October 12, 2015 in the following categories: VW Scandal and tagged with |

The Volkswagen HQ in Germany has been raided by prosecutors as part of the criminal investigations following the revelations that the Volkswagen Group have been fitting ‘defeat devices’ in to diesel engines to cheat fuel emission testing.

These sophisticated devices are coded to know when the vehicle is undergoing testing to only switch on emissions controls during any perceived test period. With around 11 million vehicles worldwide affected, the scandal is widening, and more is emerging about just how far back the bosses at VW have known.
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Developments in the Volkswagen Group Emissions Scandal

First published by Admin on October 02, 2015 in the following categories: Emissions News and tagged with

In the time that has passed since it was revealed that car manufacturing giants Volkswagen Group have been installing cheat devices in to vehicles to scam consumers with misrepresented emissions and performance ratings, our team has been helping victims nonstop who want to take action.

The VW Group has lost millions in share value and they have set aside around £4.7bn to deal with the scandal. They recognise how bad this is, and we are here to fight fairly for the victims who have been affected.
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