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Volkswagen Polo Owners Manual: Recycling and scrapping end-of-life vehicles

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First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

Recycling end-of-life vehicles

Volkswagen has already made provision for you to recycle your vehicle in an environmentally responsible manner. The recycling system operating in many European countries will take back your vehicle at the end of its useful life. Once the vehicle has been recycled, a certificate of destruction will be issued to show that the vehicle has been disposed of correctly.

End-of-life vehicles are recycled free of charge, provided that national legislation is complied with.

Further information on the recycling of end-of-life vehicles can be found at a Volkswagen dealership.

Scrapping

The relevant safety requirements must be observed when the vehicle or components of the airbag and the belt tensioners are scrapped. Qualified workshops are familiar with these requirements.

Declaration of conformity for wheels and tyres
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsTyres fitted in the vehicle meet the requirement of BIS and comply with the requirements under the Central Motor Vehicle Rule ...

Engine management system and exhaust purification system
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Other materials:

Ashtray in the drink holder
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings Fig. 104 Removable ashtray To use, place the removable ashtray in one of the drink holders in the front centre console or in the rear centre console . Opening and closing the ashtray To open, lift the ashtray cove ...

Wires with Cross Section up to 0.35 mm 2, Repairing
Special tools and workshop equipment required Crimping Pliers - .35-2.5mm -VAS1978/1A- Wiring Harness Repair - Crimping Head - .35-2.5mm -VAS1978/1-1- When repairing wires with a cross- ...

Washing the vehicle
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsThe longer substances such as insects, bird droppings, resinous tree sap, road dirt, industrial deposits, tar, soot or road salt and other corrosive materials remain on the vehicle, the more damage they do to the paintwork. ...

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