Range Rover Evoque: Seat belt safety
Care should be taken to avoid
contamination of the webbing with
polishes, oils and chemicals, and
particularly battery acid. Cleaning
may safely be carried out using mild
soap and water.
The belt should be replaced if
webbing becomes frayed,
contaminated or damaged.
It is essential to replace the entire
assembly after it has been worn in a
severe impact even if damage to the
assembly is not obvious.
If any damage, wear, cuts, defects, or
impaired operation are noted with the
seat belts, the vehicle should be taken
to a Land Rover Dealer/Authorised
Repairer for immediate attention. Do
not use the vehicle if the seat belts
cannot be operated correctly.
Do not carry hard, fragile, or sharp
items between your person and the
Seat belts should be worn by all
vehicle occupants, for every journey
no matter how short.
Never wear just the lap belt or just the
shoulder belt of a lap/shoulder
diagonal seat belt. Both of these
actions are extremely dangerous and
may increase your risk of injury.
When using seat belts to restrain
items other than occupants, take care
to ensure that the belts are not
damaged, or exposed to sharp edges.
Note: If the vehicle is parked on an incline, the
seat belt mechanism may lock. This is not a
fault and the belt should be gently eased out
from the upper anchorage.
The seat belts should be inspe
Seat belt reminder
If a front seat belt is not fastened
when the vehicle is in motion, a
chime will be heard and the seat
belt warning lamp will illuminate.
Note: Objects on the front passenger
A front and rear seat Beltminder system warns
the driver when the seat belt of an occupied
seat is not fastened or is unfastened during a
A graphic accompanied by a text mes
If one of the sensors is completely obscured
the BSM system is automatically disabled, the
warning indicator dot is displayed in the
exterior mirror and the message BSM sensor
blocked appears in the message centre.
Note: Blockage testing is only initiated when
vehicle speed is above 32km/h (20
Radio Data System-Traffic Message Channel
(RDS-TMC) is a feature that announces traffic
hold-ups on your route as broadcast by radio
stations that transmit TMC information.
Touch the TMC button on the Navigation Menu
to access the TMC menu.
TMC events ahead on route can be displayed by
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