2020 Audi Q3 — Owner's Manual – Page #71

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q3
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Sitting
correctly
and
safely
In
exceptional
circumstances:
transporting
children
in
the
front
passenger's
seat
If
exceptional
circumstances
require
the
child
safety
seat
to
be
placed
on
the
front
passenger's
seat,
then
the
front
passenger's
airbag
must
be
deactivated.
Please
note
the
important
informa-
tion
for
this
>
page
65,
Advanced
airbag
system.
If
you
must
secure
a
forward-facing
child
safety
seat,
move
the
front
passenger's
seat
as
far
back
as
possible
so
that
it is
as
far
as
possible
from
the
front
passenger's
airbag.
While
doing
this,
make
sure
the
seat
can
be
adjusted
all
the
way.
Only
switch
to
a
larger
child
safety
seat
when
absolutely
necessary
Switch
to
a
larger
child
safety
seat only
when
ab-
solutely
necessary.
Secure
your
child
using
a
safe-
ty
belt
without
a
child
safety
seat only
if
all
of
the
following
statements
are
true:
The
child
is
large
enough
to
sit
upright
in
the
seat
The
child
is
able
to
sit
with
his
or
her
back
rest-
ing
completely
on
the
seat
backrest
—The
child
is
able
to
sit
with
his
or
her
knees
bent
over
the
edge
of
the
seat
surface
—The
child
is
able
to
sit
with
both
of his
or
her
feet
completely
touching
the
floor
in
the
foot-
well
—The
lap
portion
of
the
safety
belt
lies
flat
and
securely
over
the
hip
area
and
never
over
the
stomach
The
shoulder
portion
of
the
safety
belt
lies
flat
and
securely
over
the
center
of
the
shoulder
and
the
chest,
and
never
under
the
arm,
behind
the
back,
or
over
the
neck
or
face.
—The
child
is
able
to
maintain
this
seating
posi-
tion
throughout
the
entire
trip
Read
and
follow
the
important
information
and
warnings
regarding
the
correct
use
of
safety
belts
=>
page
59.
@)
Tips
Child
safety
seats
can
also
be
secured
to
seats
with
side
airbags.
In
the
event
of
an
accident,
children
can
also
be
protected
by
the
side
airbags
if
the
child
is
correctly
se-
cured
in
a
suitable
child
safety
seat that
is
attached
correctly.
The
lower
LATCH
anchors
as
well
as
the
safety
belt
may
be
required
to
correctly
in-
stall
some
child
safety
seats.
Using
both
at
the
same
time
is
permitted,
provided
that
the
fastening
systems
or
safety
belts
do
not
impair
those
in
an
adjacent
seating
position.
All
child
safety
seats
are
constructed
so
that
they
can
be
secured
using
the
lap
safety
belt
in
the
vehicle.
Child
safety
seats
with
a
support
base
can
only
be
secured
to
the
outer
rear
seats
and
to
the
front
passenger's
seat.
Securing
child
safety
seats
to
the
lower
PN
Earle)
RAZ-0272
Fig.
64
Rear
bench
seat:
lower
LATCH
anchors
Follow
the
safety
precautions
>
page
67.
In
the
United
States
and
Canada,
child
safety
seats
can
be
secured
without
safety
belts
using
the
LATCH
system.
LATCH
stands
for
Lower
An-
chors
and
Tethers
for
Children.
In
Canada,
similar
systems
are
called
UCRA,
LUAS,
or
UAS.
The
lower
LATCH
anchors
in
your
vehicle
are
lo-
cated
on
the
outer
seats
of
the
rear
bench
seat
between
the
seat
surface
and
the
backrest.
These
seating
locations each
have
two
lower
LATCH
an-
chors
that
can
be
used
to
secure
a
LATCH
child
safety
seat.
Marking
points
with
a
>
fig.
64
sym-
bol
are
located
on
the
covers
for
the
lower
LATCH
anchors.
You
can
locate
the
LATCH
anchors
using
the
marking
points.
>
Applies
to:
vehicles
with
forward/back
adjusta-
ble
rear
bench
seat:
Move
the
rear
seat
all
the
way
back.
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