On a bumpy or rutted roadOn a bumpy or rutted road  - Operation under adverse driving conditions - For emergencies - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

Drive as slow as possible when driving on bumpy or rutted roads.

► The impact on tyres and/or wheels when driving on a bumpy or rutted road Caution

► The impact on tyres and/or wheels when driving on a bumpy or rutted road can damage the tyre and/or wheel.
► The vehicle’s body, bumper, muffler and other parts may be damaged if the vehicle is:
• driven over a step (for example, at the entrance or exit of a parking lot);
• parked too closely against a kerb or parking block, or by the side of a road with kerbstones;
• driven on a steep slope;

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