If you are a Settlement Class Member and have not excluded yourself from the Settlement, you may, if eligible, submit a claim for a pro rata reimbursement of certain past unreimbursed out-of-pocket expenses for qualifying tire wear replacements, or tire rotations. In order to do so, you must submit a completed and signed Claim Form, together with the required supporting documentation, to the Claims Administrator at Wilson v. Volkswagen, P.O. Box 3266, Portland, OR 97208-3266. Claim Forms with required supporting documentation must be completed either online, or postmarked via U.S. Mail, no later than April 25, 2020. Claim Forms submitted after this deadline will not be accepted.
Class Members who own multiple Class Vehicles may make a claim for each Class Vehicle. Settlement Class Members may file for each claim type per Class Vehicle. Read the descriptions below to decide which form(s) you wish to complete.
If an original equipment Continental ContiProContact Tire that was on the your Class Vehicle at the time of original purchase or lease, or a replacement tire on said vehicle having the same specifications as the original, was replaced at an authorized Volkswagen dealership or at an independent service center due to exhibiting sawtooth, heel-to-toe/heel-and-toe cupping (also known as chopping or scalloping), or other excessive uneven tire wear (“Qualifying Tire Wear”), and the tire replacement was performed within 35,000 miles from the date of the installation of the replaced tire on the same Settlement Class Vehicle, you will be entitled to receive a pro rata reimbursement of certain out-of-pocket expenses that you had paid for the tire replacement prior to the Effective Date.
Documentation must be provided to support your claim. Documents should be clear, readable copies, as anything you submit will not be returned to you. If you are filing online, please have this information ready before you start to file, as your claim will not be saved if you have to come back and finish at a later time. Examples of sufficient documentation include, but are not limited to, legible copies of repair records, receipts, proof of payment, and proof of compliance with maintenance requirements.