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Here at ukLANDROVERevents, we are committed to minimising our impact on the environment.

With us, you can learn careful driving techniques that enable us to enjoy and preserve our fragile earth.
The Land Rover Driving code provides valuable advice on protecting the environment for the future.

 
 
  • Rights of access vary from country to country, so always check.  If necessary, seek permission to cross private land.
     

  • Follow existing routes where possible.
     

  • Respect the peace and tranquillity of others.
     

  • Drive carefully to minimise erosion and damage to the land.  Avoid causing ruts as they form channels that lead to erosion.
     

  • ´As slowly as possible, as fast as necessary´ will get you through most obstacles and minimise environmental impact.
     

  • If your vehicle is equipped with a ´differential lock´, engage it before venturing onto low traction surfaces (mud, sand etc) to minimise the likelihood of wheel spin and damage to the ground. If your Land Rover is equipped with Terrain Response™, simply turn the dial to the appropriate setting.
     

  • Animals come first! All animals can be startled by vehicles, whether on or off road, so be prepared to proceed very slowly or switch your engine off and wait. Let them move off at their own pace.
     

  • Make sure your vehicle is fully prepared for your journey. Take the right tools and supplies, check regularly for any leaks and avoid spilling oil, fuel and hydraulic fluids.
     

  • Be mindful of your actions, even when you’re not driving; use eco-friendly cleaning material; wash vehicles away from water courses and take your litter home with you.
     

  • When preparing to go back on the road, check lights, tyres and bodywork and clean number plates. Once on-road, drive slowly to prevent damage to other road users from mud and stones flying off the tyres.

 

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