Range Rover Evoque: Abs warning lamp

briefly when the ignition is turned The ABS warning lamp illuminates briefly when the ignition is turned on.

If this amber warning lamp illuminates when driving (accompanied by an associated warning message), drive with extra caution, avoid heavy braking where possible, and seek qualified assistance as soon as possible.

physical ABS cannot overcome the physical limitations of stopping the vehicle in too short a distance, cornering at too high a speed or the danger of aquaplaning.
Do not take risks that could affect the safety of yourself, your passengers and any other road users. It is the driver’s responsibility to drive within normal safety margins, giving due consideration to prevailing weather and traffic conditions.

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