Your safety is our number one priority.

Personal safety is at the heart of our purpose – providing freedom to move in a safe, sustainable and personal way.

To ensure we fulfill this mission and in alignment with the guidelines issued by the federal government and the state governments, we are taking the following steps to serve you in this situation:

  • Meetings are possible by appointment only.
  • We encourage our clients to get vaccinated and support our efforts to provide a safe environment.
  • Please re-schedule your appointment if you or any of your accompanying persons have a cough, fever, running nose, or other cold symptoms. We will do the same.
  • If you are a vulnerable or simply cautious person and want to wear a respiratory mask, we will of course support you in this. Please let us know briefly and we will also be happy to wear a mask for you.

Visitors from outside Germany and travelers who stayed outside of Germany within the last 10 days: In general, there are no travel restrictions, but please double-check on this web-site for the latest information from the German government.

Enjoy buying your new Volvo while keeping distance: Our sales team is available through e-mail, telephone and video calls, e.g., WhatsApp, Signal, or Microsoft Teams. Guiding customers through the sales process and providing after-sales support remotely is part of our DNA: We have been specialized in e-commerce for more than 20 years. Most of our customers already prefer handling all the necessary paperwork by e-mail.

Thank you for being a valued member of our global family.
Take care and stay healthy!



(regulations as of 07-Apr-2023)

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