Range Rover: Booster seats - Occupant safety - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Booster seats

In a situation where a child is too large to fit into a child safety seat but is still too small to safely use just the three point belt, a booster seat is recommended for maximum safety. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for fitting and use, then adjust the seat belt to suit.

    Seat belt locking mechanism
    The rear outer seat belts and front passenger seat belts have a locking mechanism which improves the retention of child seats. The procedure to install a child seat is as follows: 1. Place the ch ...

    Air bags
    1. Passenger front air bag. 2. Main curtain air bag. 3. Side air bags. 4. Driver’s front air bag. Note: The general location of air bags fitted to the vehicle are marked by the word AIR BAG. ...

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    When to Check Lubricant
    Refer to Maintenance Schedule   to determine how often to check the lubricant. ...

    Automatic locking feature
    The vehicle locks automatically when the ignition is switched on and the wheels of the vehicle are turning at a speed of more than 9 mph (15 km/h). You could therefore be locked out when: • ...

    Engine Oil Messages
    CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON This message displays when the engine oil needs to be changed. When you change the engine oil, be sure to reset the CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message. See Engine Oil Life Syste ...