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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Introduction

This chapter contains information on the following subjects:

 → Preparing for a journey and driving safely  

 → Driving abroad  

 →  Driving through water on roads 

Depending on where the vehicle is used, it could be a good idea to have an engine and transmission guard installed. An engine and transmission guard can reduce the risk of damage to the vehicle's underbody and engine oil sump, for example when driving over kerbs, driveways or unsurfaced roads. Volkswagen recommends using a Volkswagen dealership for this purpose.

Additional information and warnings:

WARNING

Driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medication or narcotics can cause serious accidents and fatal injuries.
Driving tips
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Preparing for a journey and driving safely
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings  ...

Other materials:

Flat spots (from locking wheels)
Flat spots can result from an extreme brake application which causes the wheels to lock, so that the rubber is worn off at the contact patch between the tread and the road surface. As the tyres slide over the road surface, friction generates ...

Assembly overview - rear lid
1 -  Rear lid Removing and installing → Chapter Adjusting → Chapter 2 -  Bonnet lock Removing and installing → Chapter 3 -  Bolts Qty. 2 20 Nm ...

ACC — Adaptive Cruise Control
  Note   On vehicles with ACC, the trim in the right-hand cover of the front bumper must not be painted during a repair paint job or replacement. The ACC system located behind can become operational due to the thickness ...

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