My SO and I own a 2010 Jetta TDI Sportwagon with about 50k. We bought it new the fall of 2009. Yesterday she was at the airport picking up her sister when the low oil pressure light came on. She immediately stopped the car and turned the engine off. There was a large pool of oil underneath the car when she got out. The nearest VW dealership sent a tow truck to retrieve the car. Their service tech discovered that the oil drain plug had fallen out. The drain plug was still with the car and was not stripped. They re-filled the engine with oil and used the original drain plug as it was in good shape. The dealership where we live performed a oil change about 2 months ago and were the last people to touch the drain plug. It has been quite wet where we live the past couple months. We park the car on a dirt driveway and the dirt generally has looked "wet" during this time. I inspected the driveway today and discovered that the engine oil seeping from the loose drain plug was the reason why this one particular spot looked "wet". We have contacted the local dealership that performed the oil change and informed them of the situation. What I would like to know is how much damage to the engine (if any) would a slowly decreasing oil volume cause? We probably drove a couple thousand miles during the past two months. Should I press the dealership regarding the long term reliability of this engine given this situation? I would like to get at least 200k out of this car. The original 3 year/36k warranty expired. I was thinking of asking the dealership to provide a warranty (free of charge) to 100k to rectify this situation and give us some piece of mind for the next 50k. At a minimum I am expecting them to pay for the tow truck and "oil change" performed by the other dealership. Thanks for the help!