Range Rover Evoque: Things you need to know

it is Operate the system only when it is safe to do so.

The requirements of national Road Traffic Regulations always apply.

Observation of traffic signs and local traffic regulations always take priority.

The navigation system serves solely as an aid to navigation. In particular, the navigation system cannot be used as an aid to orientation when visibility is poor.

GPS signals may occasionally be interrupted due to physical barriers such as tunnels and roads under raised highways.

However, direction and speed sensors on the vehicle will minimise any adverse effect on the navigation system. Normal operation will resume once the obstruction has been passed.

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 Accessing navigation

From the Home menu touch the On road nav soft key. Alternatively press the NAV hard key on the facia. A caution screen will be displayed. If the navigation screen language has not been set, now is

 Vehicle position error

Under certain conditions it is possible for the vehicle position shown on screen to be incorrect. This may happen when: - Driving on a spiral ramp in a building. - Driving on or beneath elevated r

 Navigation controls

Consists of two menu screens. Icons for the second menu are shown individually. Navigation controls See 104, TOUCH SCREEN OVERVIEW. 1. Move to other Navigation menu. 2. Cancels current route g

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 Seat belt pre-tensioners

The seat belt pre-tensioners activate in conjunction with the SRS to provide additional protection in the event of a severe frontal impact. They automatically reduce any slack in a seat belt to reduce forward movement of a front seat occupant. The seat belt pre-tensioners will activate onl

 Set or increase cruise speed

When setting the cruise control to the speed limit, it is important to remember that it is possible for the vehicle speed to increase when travelling downhill. This may result in the vehicle speed exceeding the speed limit. Note: Cruise control can be engaged only at speeds in excess of 30

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