Vehicle: Towing and lifting
I - TOWING1 - Position of front attachment point
2 - Position of rear attachment point
II - LIFTING BY TROLLEY JACK Equipment required
See the current towing regulations in each country.
Never use the drive shafts as attachment points.
The towing points may only be used for towing on
Never use the towing points for removing the vehi-
cle from a ditch or to lift the vehicle, either directly
Screw in and lock the towing ring before towing.
Vehicles ﬁtted with automatic transmission:
-The vehicle should preferably be transported on a
platform or towed by lifting the front wheels. As an
exception, the vehicle may be towed with the
wheels on the ground but at a speed below 12
mph (20km/h) and over a maximum distance of
18 miles (30 kms) (with the gear lever in neutral).
Vehicles ﬁtted with Renault Card:
-If the vehicle battery is ﬂat, the steering column
remains locked. In this case, ﬁt a new battery or
connect to an electrical source to lock the airbag
computer using the Diagnostic tool (see Airbag
and pretensioners: Precautions for the repair)
(88C, Airbag and pretensioners), which unlocks
the steering column.
-If it is not possible to lock the airbag computer, the
front of the vehicle must be lifted.
To prevent any accidents, the trolley jack must only
be used to lift and/or move the vehicle. The vehicle
height must be maintained with axle stands which
are strong enough to support the weight of the vehi-