Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Road Test

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

WARNING:

At commencement of a road test, check the brake operation while travelling at low speed before continuing with the test. If the brakes pull to one side, or appear to be otherwise inoperative, do not continue with the road test until the fault has been found and rectified.

NOTES:

  • Road tests may require the Customer's approval and/or presence.
  • Please follow local laws and regulations in regards to operating a vehicle on the public highway.
  • If a road test is not permitted, please carry out all possible static checks as a minimum.

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