Range Rover Evoque: Foot brakes

brake Do not rest your foot on the brake pedal while the vehicle is in motion.
Never allow the vehicle to coast (freewheel) with the engine turned off.
The engine must be running to provide full braking assistance. The brakes will still function with the engine off, but far more pressure will be required to operate them.
If the red brake warning indicator illuminates, safely bring the vehicle to a stop, as quickly as possible and seek qualified assistance.
Never place non-approved floor matting or any other obstructions under the brake pedal. This restricts pedal travel and braking efficiency.

Driving through heavy rain or water can have an adverse effect on braking efficiency. Under such circumstances, it is recommended that you lightly apply the brakes intermittently, to dry the brakes.

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