Range Rover Evoque: Towing a trailer

the maximum weights Never exceed the maximum weights for either the vehicle, or the trailer.
Doing so can cause accelerated wear and damage to the vehicle. It can also adversely affect vehicle stability and braking which in turn can lead to loss of control and increased braking distance, resulting in a rollover or crash.

To preserve handling and stability, only fit Land Rover approved towing accessories.
Never use towing eyes or lashing points to tow a trailer. They have not been designed for this purpose and doing so may cause them to fail, resulting in injury or death.

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 Trailer levelling

To maintain vehicle stability, it is essential that the trailer is loaded so that it remains parallel to the ground. This is particularly important when towing twin axled trailers. Vssential towin

 Trailer electrical connection

Connect only approved electrical circuits, which are in good condition, to the trailer socket. The vehicle connector provides a 5 amp output which must not be exceeded. An accessory harness ki

 Powered tailgate

When towing, ensure there is sufficient clearance before opening or closing the tailgate.

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 Parking Brake and Actuation

Parking Brake - Component Location NOTE: RHD (right-hand drive) installation shown, LHD (left-hand drive) installation similar. COMPONENT LOCATION ABS (anti-lock brake system) module Instrument cluster EPB (electronic parking brake) switch RH (right-hand)EPB actuator LH (left-hand)EPB actuat

 Using traction devices

Only use traction devices in heavy snow conditions, on hard road surfaces. Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) must be switched off when using traction devices. Never exceed 50 km/h (30 mph) when traction devices are fitted. Never fit traction devices to a temporary use spare wheel. Land Ro

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