Rolls-Royce Motor Cars recommends handing the vehicle in at a take-back point nominated by the manufacturer at the end of its life cycle. The regulations concerning the returning of end-of-life vehicles may vary from country to country. Additional information is available from a service partner of the manufacturer or another qualified service partner or a specialist workshop.
Battery Recycling (UK)
All battery producers in the UK must be registered with the Environment Agency as part of an EU-wide initiative to increase battery collection and recycling, and reduce the risk of releasing hazardous substances into the environment.
Rolls Royce Motor Cars Ltd is registered as a Producer of Batteries (Registration Number BPRN00794) as we are the first in our selling chain to make batteries available in our product for sale on the UK market.
As a producer of automotive batteries under the 2009 Waste Batteries and Accumulators regulations, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd are obliged to collect, free of charge and within a reasonable time, waste automotive batteries for treatment and recycling from final holders. Customers who require us to take back any automotive batteries should contact their local dealership who will agree the necessary arrangements for collection, proper treatment and recycling.
As a producer of industrial batteries under the 2009 Waste Batteries and Accumulators regulations, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd produce lead acid batteries and are obliged to take back free of charge, waste industrial batteries for treatment and recycling. Customers, or in certain cases other end users, who require us to take back any industrial batteries should contact their local dealership who will agree the necessary arrangements for return, proper treatment and recycling.