2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #315

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Child
safety
The
vehicle's
safety
belts
alone
will
not
fit
most
children
until
they
are
at
least
4
ft.
9
in.
(57
in-
ches/1.45
meters)
tall
and
weigh
about
80
lbs.
(36
kg).
Booster
seats
raise
these
children
up
so
that
the
safety
belt
will
pass
properly
over
the
stronger
parts
of
their
bodies
and
the
safety
belt
can
help
protect
them
in
a
crash.
>
Do
not use the
convertible
locking
retractor
when
using
the
vehicle's
safety
belt
to
restrain
a
child
on
a
booster
seat.
>
The
shoulder
belt
must
lie
as
close
to
the
cen-
ter
of
the
child’s
collar
bone
as
possible
and
must
lie
flat
and
snug
on
the
upper
body.
It
must
never
lie
across
the
throat
or
neck.
The
lap
belt
must
lie
across
the
pelvis
and
never
across
the
stomach
or
abdomen.
Make
sure
the
belt
lies
flat
and snug.
Pull
on
the
belt
to
tight-
en
if
necessary.
>
If
you
must
transport
an
older
child
in
a
boos-
ter
seat
on
the
front
passenger
seat,
you
can
use the
safety
belt
height
adjustment
to
help
adjust
the
shoulder
portion
properly.
>
Secure
unused
safety
belts
on
the
rear
seat
=>
page
309.
Children
up
to
at
least
8
years
old
(over
40
lbs.
or
18
kg)
are
best
protected
in
child
safety
seats
de-
signed
for
their
age and
weight. Experts
say
that
the
skeletal
structure,
particularly
the
pelvis,
of
these
children
is
not
fully
developed,
and
they
must
not
use
the
vehicle
safety
belts
without
a
suitable
child
restraint.
It
is
usually
best
to
put
these
children
in
appro-
priate
booster
seats.
Be
sure
the
booster
seat
meets
all
applicable
safety
standards.
Booster
seats
raise
the
seating
position
of
the
child
and
reposition
both
the
lap
and
shoulder
parts
of
the
safety
belt
so
that
they
pass
across
the
child's
body
in
the right
places.
The
routing
of
the
belt
over
the
child's
body
is
very
important
for
the
child's
protection,
whether
or
not
a
boos-
ter
seat
is
used.
Children
age
12
and
under
must
always
ride
in
the
rear
seat.
Children
who
are
at
least
4
ft.
9
in.
(57
inches/
1.45
meters)
tall
can
generally
use the
vehicle's
three point
lap
and
shoulder
belts.
Never
use the
lap
belt
portion
of
the
vehicle's
safety
belt
alone
to
restrain
any
child,
regardless
of
how
big
the
child
is.
Always
remember
that
children
do
not
have
the
pronounced
pelvic
structure
required
for
the
proper function
of
lap
belt
portion
of
the
ve-
hicle's
three
point
lap
and
shoulder
belts.
The
child's
safety
absolutely
requires
that
a
lap
belt
portion
of
the
safety
belt
be
fastened
snugly
and
as
low
as
possible
around
the
pelvis.
Never
let
the
lap
belt
portion
of
the
safety
belt
pass
over
the
child's
stomach
or
abdomen.
In
a
crash,
airbags
must
inflate
within
a
blink
of
an
eye
and
with
considerable
force.
In
order
to
do
its
job,
the
airbag
needs
room
to
inflate
so
that
it
will
be
there
to
protect
the
occupant
as
the
occu-
pant
moves
forward
into
the
airbag.
A
vehicle
occupant
who
is
out
of
position
and
too
close
to
the
airbag
gets
in
the
way
of
an
inflating
airbag.
When
an
occupant
is
too
close,
he
or
she
will
be
struck
violently
and
will
receive
serious
or
possibly
even
fatal
injury.
By
keeping
room
be-
tween
the
child's
body
and
the
front
of
the
pas-
senger
compartment,
the
airbag
can inflate
com-
pletely
and
provide
supplemental
protection
in
certain
frontal
collisions.
ZA
WARNING
Not
using
a
booster
seat,
using
the
booster
seat
improperly,
incorrectly
installing
a
boos-
ter
seat
or
using
the
vehicle
safety
belt
im-
properly
increases
the
risk
of
serious
personal
injury
and
death
in
a
collision
or
other
emer-
gency
situation.
To
help
reduce
the
risk
of
se-
rious
personal
injury
and/or
death:
The
shoulder
belt
must
lie
as
close
to
the
center
of
the
child’s
collar
bone
as
possible
and
must
lie
flat
and
snug
on
the
upper
body.
It
must
never
lie
across
the
throat
or
neck.
The
lap
belt
must
lie
across
the
pelvis
and
never
across
the
stomach
or
abdomen.
Make
sure
the
belt
lies
flat
and snug.
Pull
on
the
belt
to
tighten
if
necessary.
Failure
to
properly
route
safety
belts
over
a
child's
body
will
cause
severe
injuries
in
an
accident
or
other
emergency
situation
=>
page
273.
The
rear
side
of
the
child
safety
seat
should
be
positioned
as
close
as
possible
to
the
313

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