Range Rover Evoque: Towing the vehicle on four wheels

disconnected or If the vehicle battery is disconnected or disabled, do NOT attempt to tow the vehicle. Towing may result in serious damage to the transmission.

The vehicle should NOT be towed on all four wheels. However, if the vehicle cannot be recovered by using the correct method, please adhere to the following guidelines.

from the Do not remove the Smart Key from the vehicle as the steering column will lock after a time delay.
If the engine cannot be used during towing, there will be no power assistance to the braking system. This will result in much greater effort to stop the vehicle and in a greatly increased stopping distance.

with two Towing in a reverse direction with two wheels on the ground, will cause serious damage to the transmission.
Do not tow the vehicle if the gearbox cannot be set in neutral.
The following information is NOT recommended practice. With the front wheels suspended, the vehicle can be towed for a maximum of only 50km (30miles), at a maximum speed of 50km/h (30mph). Towing for a greater distance or at a higher speed, may result in serious damage to the transmission.

In an emergency, the vehicle can be towed on all four wheels for a very short distance but it is advisable to have the transmission checked by your Land Rover Dealer/Authorised Repairer.

with N If the engine is switched off with N selected, the transmission will wait for 10 minutes before selecting P. At this point if the vehicle is being towed, serious damage to the transmission will result.There is also a danger to personal safety.

The following procedure must be carried out: 1. Secure the towing attachment from the recovery vehicle to the front towing point.

2. With the foot brake applied, switch the ignition on to ensure the steering lock is disengaged.

3. Ensure the gear selector is in the neutral (N) position.

4. Leave the Smart Key in a secure place inside the vehicle.

5. Release the parking brake before towing the vehicle.

on for Leaving the ignition switched on for extended periods will drain the vehicle battery.

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