2020 Audi Q5 / SQ5 — Owner's Manual – Page #319

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Child
safety
Always
let
the
safety
belt
retract
completely
into
its
stowed
position.
The
safety
belt
can
now
be
used
as
an
ordinary
safety
belt
without
the
con-
vertible
locking
retractor
for
child
restraints.
If
the
convertible
locking
retractor
should
be
ac-
tivated
inadvertently,
the
safety
belt
must
be
un-
fastened
and
guided
completely
back
into
its
stowed
position
to
deactivate
this
feature.
If
the
convertible
locking
retractor
is
not
deactivated,
the
safety
belt
will
gradually
become
tighter
and
uncomfortable
to
wear.
ZA
WARNING
Improperly
installed
child
safety
seats
in-
crease
the
risk
of
serious
personal
injury
and
death
in
a
collision.
Never
unfasten
the
safety
belt
to
deactivate
the
convertible
locking
retractor
for
child
re-
straints
while
the
vehicle
is
moving.
You
would
not
be
restrained
and
could
be
seri-
ously
injured
in
an
accident.
Always
read
and
heed
all
WARNINGS
when-
ever
using
a
child
restrained
in
a
vehicle
is
being
used
>
page
303.
Special
precautions
apply
when
installing
a
child
safety
seat
on
the
front
passenger
seat
>
page
282,
Child
restraints
on
the
front
seat
-
some
impor-
tant
things
to
know.
LATCH
system
(Lower
anchorages
and
tethers
for
children)
Child
Restraint
System
anchors
and
how
ERA
Chem
mt
ca
To
provide
a
simpler
and
more
practicable
way
to
attach
the
child
restraint
on
the
vehicle
seat,
Fed-
eral
regulations
require special
lower
anchorages
in
vehicles
and
devices
on
new
child
restraints
to
attach
to
the
vehicle
anchorages.
In
the
United
States,
the
combination
of
the
tether
anchorages
and
the
lower
anchorages
is
now
generally
called
the
LATCH
system
for
“Lower
Anchorages
and
Tethers
for
Children”.
In
Canada,
the
terms
“top
tether”
with
“Lower
uni-
versal
anchorages”
(or
“lower
universal
anchor-
age
bars”)
are
used
to
describe
the
system.
In
other
countries
the
term
“ISOFIX”
is
used
to
describe
the
lower
anchorages.
Forward-facing
child
restraints
manufactured
af-
ter
September
1,
1999,
are
required
by
U.S.
fed-
eral
regulations
to
comply
with
new
child
head
movement
performance
requirements.
These
new
performance
requirements
make
a
tether
necessary
on
most
new
child
seats.
Installing
a
child
restraint
that
requires
a
top
tether
without
one
can
seriously
impair
the
per-
formance
of
the
child
restraint
and
its
ability
to
protect
the
child
in
a
collision.
Installing
a
child
restraint
that
requires
a
top
tether
without
the
top
tether
may
be
a
violation
of
state
law.
Child
restraint
manufacturers
offer
LATCH
lower
anchorages
on
their
child
seats
with
hook-on
or
push-on
connectors
attached
to
adjustable
straps.
In
addition
to
the
LATCH
lower
anchorages,
these
child
restraint
systems
usually require
the
use
of
tether
straps
to
help
keep
the
child
restraint
firmly
in
place.
Some
child
restraints
may
require
both
the
LATCH
lower
anchorages
as
well
as
the
vehicle
safety
belt
for
proper
installation.
This
concurrent
use
is
allowed
as
long
as
it
does
not
interfere
with
ei-
ther
attachment
system
or
the
adjoining
seating
positions’
vehicle
safety
belts,
if
so
applicable.
ZA\
WARNING
Improper
installation
of
child
restraints
will
increase
the
risk
of
injury
and
death
in
a
crash.
Always
follow
the
instructions
provided
by
the
manufacturer
of
the
child
restraint
you
intend
to
install
in
your
vehicle.
Never
install
a
child
restraint
without
a
properly
attached
top
tether
strap
if
the
child
restraint
manufacturer's
instructions
require
the
top
tether
strap
to
be
used.
Improper
use
of
child
restraint
LATCH
lower
anchorage
points
can
lead
to
injury
in
a
colli-
sion.
The
LATCH
lower
anchorage
points
are
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