2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #272

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Driving
safety
For
detailed
information
on
how
to
adjust
the
driver's
seat,
see >
page
53.
ZA\
WARNING
Drivers
who
are
unbelted,
out
of
position
or
too
close
to
the
airbag
can
be
seriously
injured
by
an
airbag
as
it
unfolds.
To
help
reduce
the
risk
of
serious
personal
injury:
Always
adjust
the
driver's
seat
and
the
steering
wheel
so
that
there
are
at
least
10
inches
(25
cm)
between
your
breastbone
and
the
steering
wheel.
Always
hold
the
steering
wheel
on
the
out-
side
of
the
steering
wheel
rim
with
your
hands
at
the
9
o'clock
and
3
o'clock
posi-
tions
to
help
reduce
the
risk
of
personal
in-
jury
if
the
driver's
airbag
inflates.
Never
hold
the
steering
wheel
at
the
12
o'clock
position
or
with
your
hands
at
other
positions
inside
the
steering
wheel
rim
or
on
the
steering
wheel
hub.
Holding
the
steering
wheel
the
wrong
way
can
cause
serious
injuries
to
the
hands,
arms
and
head
if
the
driver's
airbag
deploys.
Pointing
the
steering
wheel
toward
your
face
decreases
the
ability
of
the
supplemen-
tal
driver's
airbag
to
protect
you
in
a
colli-
sion.
Always
sit
in
an
upright
position
and
never
lean
against
or
place
any
part
of
your
body
too
close
to
the
area
where
the
airbags
are
located.
Before
driving,
always
adjust
the
front seats
and
head
restraints
properly
and
make
sure
that
all
passengers
are
properly
restrained.
Never
adjust
the
seats
while
the
vehicle
is
moving.
Your
seat
may
move
unexpectedly
and you
could
lose
control
of
the
vehicle.
Never
drive
with
the
backrest
reclined
or
tilt-
ed
far
back!
The
farther
the
backrests
are
tilted
back,
the
greater
the
risk
of
injury
due
to
incorrect
positioning
of
the
safety
belt
and
improper
seating
position.
Children
must
always
ride
in
child
safety
seats
>
page
303.
Special
precautions
apply
when
installing
a
child
safety
seat
on
the
front
passenger
seat
>
page
281.
270
Proper
seating
position
for
the
front
passenger
The
proper
front
passenger
seating
position
is
important
for
safe,
relaxed
driving.
For
your
own
safety
and
to
reduce
the
risk
of
in-
jury
in
the
event
of
an
accident,
we
recommend
that you
adjust
the
seat
for
the
front
passenger
to
the
following
position:
>
Adjust
the
angle
of
the
seatback
so
that
it
is
in
an
upright
position
and
your back
comes
in
full
contact
with
it
whenever
the
vehicle
is
moving.
>
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
>
page
55.
>
Keep
both
feet
flat
on
the
floor
in
front
of
the
front
passenger
seat.
>
Fasten
and
wear
safety
belts
correct-
ly>
page
276.
For
detailed
information
on
how
to
adjust
the
front
passenger's
seat,
see
>
page
53.
ZA\
WARNING
Front
seat
passengers
who
are
unbelted,
out
of
position
or
too
close
to
the
airbag
can
be
seriously
injured
or
killed
by
the
airbag
as
it
unfolds.
To
help
reduce
the
risk of
serious
per-
sonal
injury:
Passengers must
always
sit
in
an
upright
po-
sition
and
never
lean
against
or
place
any
part
of
their
body
too
close
to
the
area
where
the
airbags
are
located.
Passengers
who
are
unbelted,
out
of
posi-
tion
or
too
close
to
the
airbag
can
be
seri-
ously
injured
by
an
airbag
as
it
unfolds
with
great
force
in
the
blink
of
an
eye.
Always
make
sure
that
there
are
at
least
10
inches
(25
cm)
between
the
front
pas-
senger‘s
breastbone
and
the
instrument
panel.
Each
passenger
must
always
sit
on
a
seat
of
their
own
and
properly
fasten
and
wear
the
safety
belt
belonging
to
that
seat.
Before
driving,
always
adjust
the
front
pas-
senger
seat
and
head
restraint
properly.

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