2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #273

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Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Driving
safety
Always
keep your
feet
on
the
floor
in
front
of
the
seat.
Never
rest
them
on
the
seat,
in-
strument
panel,
out
of
the
window,
etc.
The
airbag
system
and
safety
belt
will
not
be
able
to
protect
you
properly
and
can
even
in-
crease
the
risk
of
injury
in
a
crash.
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.
ZX
WARNING
Passengers
who
are
improperly
seated
on
the
rear
seat
can
be
seriously
injured
in
a
crash.
Each
passenger
must
always
sit
on
a
seat
of
their
own
and
properly
fasten
and
wear
the
safety
belt
belonging
to
that
seat.
Safety
belts
only
offer
maximum
protection
when
the
seatback
is
securely
latched
in
the
upright
position
and
the
safety
belts
are
properly
positioned
on
the
body.
By
not
sit-
ting
upright,
a
rear
seat
passenger
increases
the
risk of
personal
injury
from
improperly
positioned
safety
belts!
Always
adjust
the
head
restraint
properly
so
that
it
can
give
maximum
protection.
Proper
seating
positions
for
passengers
in
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Peer
et
Examples
of
improper
seating
positions
Rear
seat
passengers
must
sit
upright
with
both
feet
on
the
floor
consistent
with
their
physical
size
and
be
properly
restrained
whenever
the
ve-
hicle
is
in
use.
To
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
caused
by
an
incorrect
seating
position
in
the
event
of
a
sudden
braking
maneuver
or
an
accident, your
passengers
on
the
rear
bench
seat
must
always
observe
the
follow-
ing:
>
If
there
are
passengers
on
the
outer
rear
seats,
adjust
the
head
restraints
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.
If
there
is
a
passenger
in
the
center
rear
seat,
slide
the
head
restraint
upward
=>page
56.
>
Make
sure
that
the
seatback
is
securely
latched
in
the
upright
position
>
page
63.
>
Keep
both
feet
flat
in
the
footwell
in
front
of
the
rear
seat.
>
Fasten
and
wear
safety
belts
properly
=>
page
276.
>
Make
sure
that
children
are
always
properly
re-
strained
ina
child
restraint
that
is
appropriate
for
their
size
and
age
>
page
303.
The
occupant
restraint
system
can
only
reduce
the
risk
of
injury
if
vehicle
occupants
are
properly
seated.
Improper
seating
positions
can
cause
serious
in-
jury
or
death. Safety
belts
can
only
work
when
they
are
properly
positioned
on
the
body.
Im-
proper
seating
positions
reduce
the
effectiveness
of
safety
belts
and
will
even
increase
the
risk of
injury
and
death
by
moving
the
safety
belt
to
crit-
ical
areas
of
the
body.
Improper
seating
positions
also
increase
the
risk
of
serious
injury
and
death
when
an
airbag
deploys
and
strikes
an
occupant
who
is
not
in
the
proper
seating
position.
A
driver
is
responsible
for
the
safety
of
all
vehicle
occu-
pants
and
especially
for
children.
Therefore:
>
Never
allow
anyone
to
assume
an
incorrect
seating
position
when
the
vehicle
is
being
used
oA.
The
following
bulletins
list
only
some
sample
po-
sitions
that
will
increase
the
risk
of
serious
injury
and
death.
Our
hope
is
that
these
examples
will
make
you
more
aware
of
seating
positions
that
are
dangerous.
Therefore,
whenever
the
vehicle
is
moving:
never
stand
up
in
the
vehicle
never
stand
on
the
seats
never
kneel
on
the
seats
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