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Your diesel claim could be worth up to £10,000 per vehicle

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for owning, leasing, or financing a diesel vehicle.
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Claim Up to £10,000 | £193m Paid Already | Official Diesel Claim Checker

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Claim Up to £10,000 | £193m Paid Already | Official Diesel Claim Checker

Which manufacturers are affected?

Up to 10 million diesel vehicles are estimated to be affected

Some cases could be worth up to 75% of the purchase price

You could be owed up to £10,000 per vehicle

Free online check, no obligation

What is it?

European Regulators have found that most manufacturers cheated emissions tests and lied to consumers about the diesel vehicles that were being sold, saying they were more environmentally friendly and efficient than they were.

In doing so, this means that owners paid more than they should for vehicles that were less environmentally friendly and possibly with lower fuel economy than advertised. Consequently, if you sold the vehicle, you may also have got less than you might have expected because of this issue.

Your vehicle could be one of them.

How to register a claim?

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Check your vehicle

Use our fast and free online eligibility checker to see if your vehicle is one of an estimated 10 million eligible to join the claim.

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Join the claim

Provide details about your vehicle and find the best most trusted law firm to join the claim entirely online, we’ve made the process easy.

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Your legal team will get to work investigating your claim. You will be updated periodically on the status of legal proceedings.

To check enter your Vehicle Registration:

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£193 Million Already Paid to 91,000 Drivers

In a similar case against Volkswagen, 91,000 claimants were paid £193 million. The average payout was over £2,100.

11 Million Vehicles Affected

It is estimated that 11 million vehicles in the UK are affected by the excess diesel emissions issue.

300,000 Drivers
Signed Up 

We specialise in helping people with their car emission claim and we’re with you every step of the way.

Am I eligible?

Am I able to join the group action to claim?

If you have purchased, leased, or financed a diesel vehicle (manufactured between 2008 and 2020) — new or secondhand — then you should join the group action as you may be entitled to compensation worth up to £10,000 per vehicle

Important Deadlines

To make sure your claim is processed in time, please be aware of the following deadlines for each manufacturer:

Nissan & Renault – 22 September 2024

Peugeot & Citroen – 15 December 2024

Volkswagen Group – 27 September 2024

Register your claim before these dates to ensure you don’t miss out on potential compensation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Named ‘dieselgate,’ numerous diesel cars and vans are entangled in this environmental scandal, and yours might be among them.

Volkswagen (VW) has already agreed to a £193 million settlement for affected vehicles, setting a precedent that your vehicle manufacturer could soon follow. The list of implicated vehicle manufacturers is extensive.

These vehicles were deceptively marketed as environmentally friendly, boasting lower nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions. However, the reality was quite the opposite.

Elevated NOx levels are linked to over 64,000 premature deaths annually, not to mention their substantial impact on the climate, contributing to global warming.

With thousands of drivers being paid out by the initial round of emissions claims against Volkswagen, our partner law firm is confident that more successes will follow.

Our partner law firm is currently examining major car manufacturers in a potential collective action for alleged ‘cheat devices’ installed in specific vehicles. These devices artificially lower emissions during testing to meet EU regulations.

However, when these same vehicles are driven on the road, they have been proven to emit significantly higher levels of nitrogen oxide (NOx) gases compared to the reported test conditions. This not only poses a threat to the environment but also jeopardises public health, contributing to an estimated 64,000 premature deaths annually.

Our partner’s legal team is actively investigating these claims on behalf of individuals, just like you, who have owned one of the affected diesel vehicles. The potential compensation for this claim could be substantial, likely amounting to thousands of pounds.

If you purchased or leased a diesel vehicle and suspect you may have been impacted, we strongly encourage you to join the claim today. Begin the process by checking your vehicle.

Joining a collective action is a wise decision as you could be entitled to compensation amounting to thousands for each diesel vehicle you’ve owned. The power of collective action lies in its strength and momentum derived from numbers. By aligning with other vehicle owners who have faced similar injustices, we can collaborate to achieve a successful resolution together.

About Join the Claim

At Join the Claim, we unite law firms and individuals to ensure powerful group action claims. We are not a law firm, but we help ensure people get straightforward access to compensation.  
Think of us as the ultimate matchmaker for justice. Shining a spotlight on the latest and biggest consumer wrongdoings and making eligibility checks a breeze, we connect you with the law firms ready to fight for you.  
We won’t charge you a single penny when you sign up to join a claim, but we might take a fee from the law firms we introduce you to. 

Latest emissions news

Join the Peugeot Citroën emissions action before 22 August 2024!

The High Court has ruled that Peugeot Citroën will face trial in the UK for allegedly fitting and selling cars with emissions-cheating devices. Peugeot Citroën drivers will have their cases heard alongside Mercedes, Ford, and Nissan Renault drivers in October 2025.

Join Millions of Claimants

If you purchased, financed, leased or owned a diesel vehicle (new or used), you may be eligible for compensation.

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