Land Rover has over 60 years of experience developing supremely capable vehicles that boast four-wheel-drive and pioneering technology such as Electronic Traction Control, Hill Descent Control (HDC) and Terrain Response - which includes a snow setting utilising the vehicles' traction aids. These all help ensure that Land Rover owners have total peace of mind when travelling in wet and icy conditions.
John Edwards, Land Rover UK managing director comments: "When conditions become treacherous, there is one manufacturer that the emergency services turn to - Land Rover. For many years, we have provided local police, ambulance services and recovery agencies with the loan of our vehicles to aid their work when faced with poor driving conditions. In fact, the AA's specialist Land Rover fleet have been on standby in the South East to help out in the snow overnight."
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