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While Land Rover has come a long way in terms of quality and ride most of us members can attest to the fact that they can some times be hard on our pocket books to fix. However, they don't have to be. Many of the older models (ie. Series/Defender, Series I Discovery, Range Rover Classics) are actually fairly straight forward and can be done by yourself with some basic tools and the right knowlege.

This section of the website was meant for technical information exchange and updates on any projects we want to share. If you have anything you would like to add, please feel free to send them here.

One thing we should keep in mind is that we should always excercise safety so although the information given out here is meant to help you learn about your Land Rover (and save some money), it should also be kept foremost in your mind that you should follow best practice safety procedures with everything you do.

To find out more about safety, visit the Canadian Safety Council website for more information on shop safety.


Here are some articles that give some good basic info. It's not Land Rover specific but for those that are mechanically inexperienced, these articles are a great introduction that allows you to have a basic understanding of some of the main systems of your vehicle work.


Here are some videos I've come across that offer some good driving tips.


Here are Land Rover specific technical videos I've come across on the web.