2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #271

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Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Driving
safety
>
ALWAYS
adjust
your
speed
to
road,
traffic
and
weather
conditions.
>
Take
frequent
breaks
on
long
trips.
Do
not
drive
for
more
than
two hours
at
a
stretch.
>
Do
NOT
drive
when
you
are
tired,
under
pres-
sure
or
when
you
are
stressed.
Z\
WARNING
Impaired
driving
safety
increases
the
risk
of
serious
personal
injury
and
death
whenever
a
vehicle
is
being
used.
Safety
systems
monitoring
The
Ea
indicator
light
in
the
instrument
cluster
monitors
the
safety
systems
such
as
the
airbags
(including
the
control
modules,
sensors,
and
wir-
ing)
and
the
belt
tensioners.
It
turns
on
when
you
switch
the
ignition
on
and turns
off
after
several
seconds.
If
the
ea
indicator
light
does
not
turn
on
when
the
ignition
is
switched
on,
does
not
turn
off
af-
ter
several
seconds,
or
turns
on
or
flashes
while
driving,
there
may
be
a
malfunction
in
one
of
the
safety
systems.
Drive
to
an
authorized
Audi
deal-
er
or
authorized
Audi
Service
Facility
immediately
to
have
the
malfunction
corrected.
Z\
WARNING
Have
the
malfunction
in
the
safety
systems
in-
spected
immediately.
Otherwise,
there
is
a
risk
that
the
systems
may
not
activate
during
an
accident,
which
increases
the
risk
of
seri-
ous
or
fatal
injury.
Correct
passenger
seating
positions
Proper
seating
position
for
the
driver
The
proper
driver
seating
position
is
important
for
safe,
relaxed
driving.
B4G-0374
Fig.
223
Correct
seating
position
For
your
own
safety
and
to
reduce
the
risk
of
in-
jury
in
the
event
of
an
accident,
we
recommend
that
you
adjust
the
driver's
seat
to
the
following
position:
>
Adjust
the
driver's
seat
so
that
you
can
easily
push
the
pedals
all
the
way
to
the
floor
while
keeping
your
knee(s)
slightly
bent
>
A\.
>
Adjust
the
angle
of
the
seatback
so
that
it
is
in
an
upright
position
so
that
your
back
comes
in
full
contact
with
it
when
you
drive.
>
Adjust
the
steering
wheel
so
that
there
is
a
dis-
tance
of
at
least
10
inches
(25
cm)
between
the
steering
wheel
and
your
breast
bone
©
fig.
223.
If
not
possible,
see
your
authorized
Audi
dealer
about
adaptive
equipment.
>
Adjust
the
steering
wheel
so
that
the
steering
wheel
and
airbag
cover
points
at
your
chest and
not
at
your
face.
>
Grasp
the
top
of
the
steering
wheel
with
your
elbow(s)
slightly
bent.
>
Adjust
the
head
restraint
so
the
upper
edge
is
as
even
as
possible
with
the
top
of
your
head.
If
that
is
not
possible,
try
to
adjust
the
head
re-
straint
so
that
it
is
as
close
to
this
position
as
possible.
>
Fasten
and
wear
safety
belts
correctly
=>
page
276.
>
Always
keep
both
feet
in
the
footwell
so
that
you
are
in
control
of
the
vehicle
at
all
times.
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