Please Note: Legal Compliance and Your Responsibilities for DPF, EGR, and O2 Removal Services

It is essential to recognise that the deletion and removal of Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valves, and Oxygen (O2) sensors are subject to specific regional and international laws and regulations. While we are equipped to provide software solutions for the deletion and removal of DPF, EGR, and O2 components, it is critically important for you, the vehicle owner, to thoroughly investigate and comply with all legal requirements and legislative stipulations pertaining to the DPF filter, EGR valve, and catalytic converter removal in your locality, especially if you plan to operate your vehicle on public roads subsequent to such modifications.

For Absolute Clarity:

In jurisdictions such as the United Kingdom and throughout Europe, legislation mandates the presence of operational DPF filters, EGR valves, and catalytic converters on vehicles. By soliciting and engaging in our removal services, you affirm your understanding and acknowledgment that the vehicle in question will not be utilised on public thoroughfares or in any context where its operation would contravene applicable laws.

Responsibility for Vehicle Modifications:

Please be advised that any alterations made to your vehicle, including but not limited to the removal or deletion of its DPF, EGR, or O2 components, are undertaken at your sole discretion and risk. By proceeding with such modifications, you effectively absolve the service provider, in this instance, ‘The Tuner’, of any and all legal liabilities or responsibilities that may arise as a consequence of these changes.

It is our duty to inform and remind our clients of the significance of adhering to legal standards and the potential ramifications of non-compliance. Ensuring that your vehicle remains within the boundaries of the law is not just a matter of regulatory obedience but also a contribution to environmental preservation and public health protection.