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Update - VW Group cars

Motability Operations is working closely with the Volkswagen Group to monitor the current situation concerning emissions and their diesel vehicles.

Although we are currently unable to provide any specific information to individual customers, Volkswagen have recently announced that customers can check to see if their diesel vehicle is affected on their brand websites.

If your vehicle is affected you do not need to do anything, you will be contacted by Volkswagen in due course. In the meantime you should be reassured that all vehicles are safe to drive and fully roadworthy.

To check if your vehicle is affected you can use the links below which will take you to the relevant brand website: 

AudiOpens in new window
VolkswagenOpens in new window
SEATOpens in new window
SkodaOpens in new window

You will need your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to use the checkers. Information on locating your VIN can also be found on these websites.

As soon as we have more information, we will make this available.

Update on CO2 emissions

 

Frequently asked questions

Is my car affected?

Volkswagen Group have announced that you can check to see if your vehicle is affected on their brand websites for AudiOpens in new window , VolkswagenOpens in new window , SEATOpens in new window or SkodaOpens in new window .

You will need to use the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to check and information on locating the VIN can also be found on these websites.

Is my car safe to drive?

Yes, all affected vehicles are safe to drive and fully roadworthy so you can carry on motoring as normal.

Do I need to do anything now?

No, if your vehicle is affected you do not need to do anything now, you will be contacted by Volkswagen in due course, until then please be reassured that all cars are safe to drive and fully roadworthy.