Current owners are entitled to be reimbursed for the mileage discrepancy for as long as they own one of the nearly 900,000 Kia or Hyundai vehicles that had inflated fuel-economy estimates, as we noted in our recent explanation of how the program will work.
Whether you receive the money annually, monthly or on a different schedule can depend on how many miles you drive and how frequently you choose to stop at a dealership for an odometer reading. Someone who drives 5,000 miles per year, for example, may decide to get reimbursed once a year, and someone else who drives 60,000 miles per year may want to do it more frequently, so they might stop at a dealership monthly or quarterly.
How much you receive will depend on how many miles you drive and the price of gas in your area.
If you haven’t already, you should register your vehicle at KiaMPGinfo.com. You will need your vehicle identification number, the date of purchase and the number of miles on the odometer when you bought it and currently.
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