Honda CR-V: Driving Guidelines
Your vehicle has higher ground
clearance that allows you to travel
over bumps, obstacles, and rough
terrain. It also provides good
visibility so you can anticipate
Because your vehicle rides higher
off the ground, it has a high center
of gravity that can cause it to roll
over if you make abrupt turns. Utility
vehicles have a significantly higher
roll over rate than other types of
To prevent rollovers or loss of
Take corners at slower speeds
than you would with a passenger
Avoid sharp turns and abrupt
maneuvers whenever possible.
Do not modify your vehicle in any
way that would raise the center of
Do not carry heavy cargo on the
Four-wheel drive models
Your vehicle is equipped with a fourwheel
drive (4WD) system. When
the system senses a loss of frontwheel
traction, it automatically
transfers some power to the rear
wheels. This gives you better
traction and mobility.
You still need to exercise the same
care when accelerating, steering, and
braking that you would in a twowheel
1. Make sure all windows, mirrors,
and outside lights are clean a
1. Apply the parking brake.
2. In cold weather, turn off all
electrical accessories to reduce
the drain on the battery.
3. Make sure the shift lever is in
Park. Press on the brake pedal.
1. Open the tailgate. Place a cloth on
the edge of the cover to prevent
scratches. Remove the covers by
carefully prying on the edge with a
small flat-tip screwdriver.
2. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to
remove the taillight assembly
mounting screw under each cover.
3. Pull the t
The childproof door locks are
designed to prevent children seated
in the rear from accidentally opening
the rear doors. Each rear door has a
lock lever near the edge. With the
lever in the LOCK position (lever is
down), the door cannot be opened
fromthe inside regardless of the
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