DRIVING THROUGH WATER

Drive through the water very slowly at first, then build up momentum.

WADE SENSING

Think deep wading is just for experts? Our Wade Sensing technology takes the stress out of driving through water and puts the fun back into driving off-road.

Watch Wade Sensing in action on the All-New Discovery here.

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OUR TOP TIPS FOR DRIVING THROUGH WATER

Try to work out how deep the water is. In static shallower water, explore on foot and use a stick to gauge the depth - or watch another vehicle go through. It’s a good idea to keep a pair of wellies or waders in the boot.

If there are other vehicles ahead, wait until they’ve left the water. Unsettled water can make a safe passage more challenging.

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WADING

'Drive through the water very slowly at first, then build up momentum.' Do not slip/ride the clutch as this reduces control of the vehicle. Ease off the accelerator as you reach the other side.

A Land Rover 4x4 can manage submersion of between 50cm and 90cm. Refer to your manual to find your maximum wading depth.

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BRUSH UP ON YOUR OFF-ROADING SKILLS

Equip yourself with our top tips for tackling these tricky terrains

DRIVING ON GRAVEL

Leave the tarmac behind and off-road like a pro with our expert tips for driving on gravel.

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DRIVING ON HILLS

Land Rover’s Hill Descent Control helps you maintain maximum traction - even on steep and slippery slopes.

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DRIVING THROUGH MUD

Land Rover’s Traction Control drives power to the wheels with the most traction, so you can keep a steady momentum.

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