Driving a Volkswagen car with a High Pressure Fuel Pump (HFPP) problem can be a risky endeavor. The HFPP is a critical component of the vehicle’s engine and is responsible for providing fuel to the engine in the right quantity and under the right pressure. If the HFPP malfunctions, the engine will not receive enough fuel, resulting in a lack of power and possibly stalling, potentially leading to hazardous situations while on the road. Additionally, the vehicle will experience decreased fuel economy, more mechanical wear, and a harsher ride due to the engine going on and off due to a lack of fuel. To minimize this risk, it is important to have the HFPP inspected and repaired as soon as possible.