Range Rover Evoque: Steep slopes

If the vehicle is stationary on a steep, slippery slope, it may begin to slide even with the brakes applied. This is because without wheel rotation, the ABS cannot determine vehicle movement.

To counteract this, briefly release the brakes to allow some wheel rotation. Then re-apply the brakes to allow ABS to gain control.

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 Emergency brake assist (EBA)

If the driver rapidly applies the brakes, EBA automatically boosts the braking force to its maximum, in order to bring the vehicle to a halt as quickly as possible. If the driver applies the brake

 Electronic brake distribution (EBD)

EBD controls the balance of braking forces supplied to the front and rear wheels, in order to maintain maximum braking efficiency. If the vehicle has a light load (only the driver in the vehicle f

 Electric parking brake (EPD)

The parking brake operates on the rear wheels. Therefore, secure parking of the vehicle is dependent on being on a hard and stable surface. Do not rely on the parking brake to operate effectiv

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 Epb automatic use

EPB will be applied automatically if the ignition is switched off and the vehicle speed is below 3km/h (2mph). To prevent automatic operation, when the vehicle is stationary, press and hold the EPB switch in the release position. Within 5 seconds, switch off the ignition and continue to hold

 Locking and arming the alarm

CAUTION: No modifications or additions should be made to the anti-theft system. Such changes could cause the system to malfunction. There are two levels of security: - Single locking. With all doors and tailgate closed, press the lock button on the Smart Key once, to Single lock the vehicle

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