Range Rover Evoque: Selecting valet mode

Valet mode allows the vehicle to be driven, e.g., by a parking attendant, but leaves the tailgate locked and restricts use of the touch screen.

This prevents access to telephone numbers, navigation addresses and audio system settings.

From the Home menu, select Valet: Enter a four digit Personal identification Number (PIN) (personally chosen). On completion, touch the OK soft key.

If you wish to cancel the PIN, select Delete.

After entering the PIN, you will be prompted to enter the PIN again. Enter the same PIN and touch OK to confirm.

A pop-up screen is displayed, confirming your vehicle is now in Valet mode.

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