YOUR SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY
MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE FOR ESSENTIAL TRAVEL
To ensure your Jaguar operates efficiently and to prepare for returning to more frequent travel patterns, there are a few simple steps you can follow.
MAINTAINING YOUR BATTERY
To build up sufficient charge in your battery, it is recommended that you turn on your vehicle once every seven days. In the first instance, start your vehicle for a 30-second period, with the heat in the cabin set to 22 degrees. Repeat this process for 15 minutes, in the weeks thereafter.
MAINTAINING YOUR BRAKES
After extended periods of no use, we recommend gently applying the brakes when driving your vehicle again for the first time. This will help to remove any surface corrosion that may have built up on the brake discs.
CHECKING YOUR TYRES
To avoid flat spots developing and ensure your tyres remain sufficiently inflated, check the tyre pressure against those listed in your vehicle manual. We also advise adjusting the parking position of your Jaguar by ¼ of a wheel turn once every 14 days.
CLEANING YOUR VEHICLE DURING COVID-19
WE’RE STILL HERE FOR YOU
With your safety our priority, we have adapted our retail experience so you can now access all the benefits of your local Jaguar showroom online. Across the UK, our vehicle workshops are still offering a full range of services.
*This guidance is not intended to cover situations where a person with suspected coronavirus (COVID-19) has been in contact with your vehicle. If you suspect that a person with COVID-19 has been in contact with your vehicle we recommend that you follow the official government guidance: COVID-19: cleaning in non-healthcare settings.
This guidance has been prepared for routine cleaning of vehicles where there is no reason to suspect a person with COVID-19 has been in contact with it. Jaguar Land Rover has taken all reasonable care in the preparation of this video, but neither Jaguar Land Rover nor any individual contributors accept liability for any loss or damage (other than for liability that cannot be excluded at law).