The adblue system is still under warrantee, but all the Saskatchewan dealerships , won’t book an appointment for 1.5 weeks to keep my car on the road. It’s winter, I’ve topped up the adblue, and left the car in a heated 65 degree F. Garage For 4 days and still can’t reset the adblue fault. I have to drive out of the province to find a dealership to help us repair or reset the adblue , as the car started warning me I had 350. Km. To refil adblue or forced shut down will occur. ITS WINTERTIME IN SASK. We live 45 miles from dealership, which won’t book an appointment till a week and a half, and the car now says I have less than 25 km. Before a no start. 3 am. I have to start on the road to drive 5.5 hours to get to a dealership, in Alberta to help us keep mobile. I am 67 years old, driving a 30,000.oo dollar car that will threaten my life, if I forget , and shut it off on this trip to a dealership that will do some juggling of THEIR customers to fit me in tomorrow morning. BUT NOT IN SASK! And heads up! If the system failed to reset, because of cold weather,, WHICH THE MANULE SAID IT IS SUPPOSED TO DO...I will be charged 2+ hours of shop time to reset the adblue. This system is designed for Canada! It will fail if it gets cold,,, and will leave you and your family without a car, in the winter , away from home, along side the road, anywhere , because of a fault code , that only permits a bit more particulates to go out the exhaust pipe, that potentially will cost you your life. In the winter. The Jetta tdi doesn’t have adblue, only the bit bigger passat. It is ironic that VW has decided in their wisdom, that they are willing to put your life at risk, for a bit more pollution prevention, , that you can not rectify because of a faulty reset glitch, but THEY WERE willing to falsify data, to sell more cars. Money is worth more to them than your life, it seems. And warrantees are no guarantee you will get help or be covered, BEWARE! Very disappointed in VW. AND TRANSPORT CANADA for allowing a no start in a car, a bit bigger than a Jetta, that doesn’t have this system, and leave you without a vehicle , potentially to freeze to death! I hope it doesn’t stop on my journey to an accommodating dealership in Alberta.