A Volkswagen Beetle with a leaky center section has caused widespread problems for VW dealers, and the automaker is offering a free fix.
The company has announced a new program, called the “Tire Repair” program, which provides free tire repairs for the first 30,000 miles of a car’s warranty, and is intended to be available in the United States and Canada.
The company says that the program will run from March 1st through March 31st.
This is not the first time VW has offered the Tire Repair program, but it is the first program in the US and Canada to be offered free.
The program will only be available to US owners of the Beetle, but a similar program will be available for Canadian buyers of the VW Tiguan.
The Tire Repair offer will cover a range of repairs from the rear of the tire, to the bottom of the rear tire, and from the front tire to the center section of the center tire.
The program is a continuation of the free repair service offered to US customers.
The free tire repair program has been available since May 2017, and was only recently made available in Canada.
The cost for a replacement of the front or rear tire of a Volkswagen Beetle will be $125, according to the company.
However, the cost for replacement of both tires will be free, and will be applied to the vehicle’s original value.
This offer is the latest in a series of offers to VW owners that have been launched in the last year, and includes a new warranty and a new free tire service program.
In September, Volkswagen introduced the “Car of the Future” program.
This program offers a new, unlimited warranty to all new cars from 2019, as well as a new tire repair service to all newly-equipped cars from 2018.
The new “Car” program offers three options: a free repair, a free replacement, and a free extended warranty.
This option is the most expensive of the three, at $25,000 per vehicle.
In October, Volkswagen announced a free, one-time tire replacement program to its owners, and in December, it introduced a new repair service called the Tire Service.
The Tire Service offers free repairs to all vehicles and offers extended warranty coverage of up to five years, for up to $1,500.