2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #278

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Safety
belts
injury
and
death.
Safety
belts
can
work
only
when
used
correctly.
Always
fasten
your
safety
belts
correctly
be-
fore
driving
off
and
make
sure
all
passen-
gers
are
correctly
restrained.
For
maximum
protection,
safety
belts
must
always
be
positioned
properly
on
the
body.
Never
strap
more
than
one
person,
including
small
children,
into
any
belt.
Never
place
a
safety
belt
over
a
child
sitting
on
your
lap.
Always
keep
feet
in
the
footwell
in
front
of
the
seat
while
the
vehicle
is
being
driven.
Never
let
any
person
ride
with
their
feet
on
the
instrument
panel
or
sticking
out
the
window
or
on
the
seat.
Never
remove
a
safety
belt
while
the
vehicle
is
moving.
Doing
so
will
increase
your
risk
of
being
injured
or
killed.
Never
wear
belts
twisted.
Never
wear
belts
over
rigid
or
breakable
ob-
jects
in
or
on
your
clothing,
such
as
eye
glasses,
pens,
keys,
etc.,
as
these
may
cause
injury.
Never
allow
safety
belts
to
become
dam-
aged
by
being
caught
in
door
or
seat
hard-
ware.
Do
not
wear
the
shoulder
part
of
the
belt
under
your
arm
or
otherwise
out
of
position.
Several
layers
of
heavy
clothing
may
inter-
fere
with
correct
positioning
of
belts
and
re-
duce
the
overall
effectiveness
of
the
system.
Always
keep
belt
buckles
free
of
anything
that
may
prevent
the
buckle
from
latching
securely.
Never
use
comfort
clips
or
devices
that
cre-
ate
slack
in
the
shoulder
belt.
However,
spe-
cial
clips
may
be
required
for
the
proper
use
of
some
child
restraint
systems.
Torn
or
frayed
safety
belts
can
tear,
and
damaged
belt
hardware
can
break
in
an
acci-
dent.
Inspect
belts
regularly.
If
webbing,
bindings,
buckles,
or
retractors
are
dam-
aged,
have
belts
replaced
by an
authorized
Audi
dealer
or
qualified
workshop.
Safety
belts
that
have
been
worn
and
loaded
in
an
accident
must
be
replaced
with
the
276
correct
replacement
safety
belt
by an
au-
thorized
Audi
dealer.
Replacement
may
be
necessary
even
if
damage
cannot
be
clearly
seen.
Anchorages
that
were
loaded
must
al-
so
be
inspected.
Never
remove,
modify,
disassemble,
or
try
to
repair
the
safety
belts
yourself.
Always
keep
the
belts
clean.
Dirty belts
may
not
work
properly
and
can
impair
the
func-
tion
of
the
inertia
reel
>
table
Interior
cleaning
on
page
363.
Safety
belts
Fastening
safety
belts
Safety
first
-
everybody
buckle
up!
+
>
nN
a
=
ao
Fig.
230
Belt
buckle
and
tongue
on
the
driver's
seat
To
provide
maximum
protection,
safety
belts
must
always
be
positioned
correctly
on
the
wear-
er's
body.
>
Adjust
the
front
seat
and
head
restraint
proper-
ly
>
page
53,
Front
seats.
»
Make
sure
the
seatback
of
the
rear
seat
bench
is
in
an
upright
position
and
securely
latched
in
place
before
using
the
belt >
/\.
>
Pull
the
safety
belt
evenly
across
the
chest
and
pelvis
>
fig.
230,
>
A\.
>
Insert
the
tongue
into
the
correct
buckle
of
your
seat
until
you
hear
it
latch
securely.
>
Pull
on
the
belt
to
make
sure
that
it
is
securely
latched
in
the
buckle.
Automatic
safety
belt
retractors
Every
safety
belt
is
equipped
with
an
automatic
belt
retractor
on
the
shoulder
belt.
This
feature
locks
the
belt
when
the
belt
is
pulled
out
fast,
during
hard
braking
and
in
an
accident.
The
belt
>

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