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;

    See also:

    Exterior
    The Outlander Sport has a sleek look. There's a little overbite on the grille, and narrow headlights that make it look menacing. Any parent driving it would look sporty in the carpool lane. Pare ...

    To play tracks from USB device
    You can connect your iPod or USB memory device to the USB input terminal and play music files stored in the iPod or USB memory device. See the following section for the types of connectable devices ...

    Turn-signal indication lamps/ Hazard warning indication lamps
    These indication lamps blink in the following situations. ► When the turn-signal lever is moved to activate a turn-signal lamp. Refer to “Turn-signal lever”. ► When the hazard war ...