2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #309

Posted on 29 Nov, 2019
Model: 2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5
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Child
safety
Take
the
child
restraint
off
the
front
passen-
ger
seat
and
install
it
properly
at
one
of
the
rear
seat
positions
if
the
PASSENGER
AIR
BAG
OFF
%;
light
does
not
stay
on.
Have
the
airbag
system
inspected
by
your
authorized
Audi
dealer
immediately.
@)
Tips
The
child
seats
listed
in
categories
A
to
C
have
been
statically
tested
by
Audi
only
for
the
Ad-
vanced
Airbag
function.
Important
safety
instructions
for
using
child
safety
seats
Correct
use
of
child
safety
seats
substantially
re-
duces
the
risk
of
injury
in
an
accident!
As
the
driver,
you
are
responsible
for
the
safety
of
everybody
in
the
vehicle,
especially
children:
>
Always
use the right
child
safety
seat
for
each
child
and
always
use
it
properly
>
page
309.
>
Always
carefully
follow
the
child
safety
seat
manufacturer's
instructions
on
how
to
route
the
safety
belt
properly
through
the
child
safe-
ty
seat.
>
When
using
the
vehicle
safety
belt
to
install
a
child
safety
seat,
you
must
first
activate
the
convertible
locking
retractor
on
the
safety
belt
to
prevent
the
child
safety
seat
from
moving
=>
page
314.
>
Push
the
child
safety
seat
down
with
your
full
weight
to
get the
safety
belt
really
tight
so
that
the
seat
cannot
move
forward
or
sideways
more
than
one
inch (2.5
cm).
>
Secure
unused
safety
belts
on
the
rear
seat
=>
page
309.
Always
remember:
Even
though
your
vehicle
is
equipped
with
an
Advanced
Airbag
system,
all
children,
especially
those
12
years
and
younger,
should always
ride
in
the
back
seat
properly
re-
strained
for
their
age and
size.
Z\
WARNING
Not
using
a
child
safety
seat,
using
the
wrong
child
safety
seat
or
improperly
installing
a
child
restraint
increases
the
risk
of
serious
personal
injury
and
death.
All
vehicle
occupants
and
especially
children
must
be
restrained
properly
whenever
riding
in
a
vehicle.
An
unrestrained
or
improperly
restrained
child
could
be
injured
by
striking
the
interior
or
by
being
ejected
from
the
ve-
hicle
during
a
sudden
maneuver
or
impact.
An
unrestrained
or
improperly
restrained
child
is
also
at
greater
risk
of
injury
or
death
through
contact
with
an
inflating
airbag.
Commercially
available
child
safety
seats
are
required
to
comply
with
U.S.
Federal
Motor
Vehicle
Safety
Standard
(FMVSS)
213
(in
Canada
CMVSS
213).
When
buying
a
child
restraint,
select
one
that
fits
your
child
and
the
vehicle.
Only
use
child
restraint
systems
that
fully
contact
the
flat
portion
of
the
seat
cush-
ion.
The
child
restraint
must
not
tip or
lean
to
either
side.
Audi
does
not
recom-
mend
using
child
safety
seats
that
rest on
legs
or
tube-like
frames.
They
do
not
pro-
vide
adequate
contact
with
the
seat.
Always
heed
all
legal
requirements
per-
taining
to
the
installation
and
use
of
child
safety
seats
and
carefully
follow
the
in-
structions
provided
by
the
manufacturer
of
the
seat
you
are
using.
Never
allow
children
under
57
inches
(1.45
meters)
to
wear
a
normal
safety
belt.
They
must
always
be
restrained
by
a
proper
child
restraint
system.
Otherwise,
they
could sustain
injuries
to
the
abdomen
and
neck
areas
during
sudden
braking
maneu-
vers
or
accidents.
Never
let
more
than
one
child
occupy
a
child
safety
seat.
Never
let
babies
or
older
children
ride
ina
vehicle
while
sitting
on
the
lap
of
another
passenger.
Holding
a
child
in
your
arms
is
never
a
sub-
stitute
for
a
child
restraint
system.
The
strongest
person
could
not
hold
the
child
with
the
forces
that
exist
in
an
acci-
dent.
The
child
will
strike
the
interior
of
the
vehicle
and
can
also
be
struck
by
the
passenger.
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