4x4 WINTER DRIVING TIPS
Make a note of our top tips for safe driving this winter.
Towards the end of autumn, book a pre-winter check at your local Land Rover Retailer.
CHECK YOUR TYRES
Make sure your winter tyres are properly inflated, and remember that over-inflation can reduce grip.
Before you set out, use a scraper or de-icer to clear windows, mirrors, headlights and brake lights.
If the wheels start to spin or slide, ease off the accelerator until you feel the tyres regain grip.
Everything you need for your next sub-zero adventure.
Fit to your wheels to enhance steering, braking control and vehicle safety on icy roads.
Highly durable, Land Rover-approved tyres with deep tread for added reliability in wintry conditions.
Snow Traction System is designed to give improved steering and braking control on snow and ice, when fitted to rear wheels.
This all-weather tailored cover protects your vehicle from frost and snow.
Emergency traction aid (snow socks) assists in the traction on snow and ice covered roads.
Durable waterproof mats, perfect for protecting your interior from snowy boots.
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WINTER DRIVING TRAINING
Interested in mastering your winter driving skills? Land Rover’s Adverse Weather Limited Traction training helps you achieve maximum driving safety in any environment.