In September 2015 the car industry was shaken apart after allegations of 'fixing' fuel emission tests emerged.
The once-reliable VW group admitted that it had "totally screwed up" by using software in its cars that falsify emission test results. It was an admission that has been called the car industry's version of the Libor scandal.
To date, around 500,000 cars in the US have been affected by the shock revelations, but that's a tiny fraction of the cars that VW have sold across the globe.
If other car manufacturers are also guilty in the fuel-rigging scandal then the implications are huge, and will affect both car owners and manufacturers alike. Our website has been created to help consumers find out more about what has happened, and what they can do if their car is affected.