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Seat Ibiza: Introduction

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Before driving: remember your seat belt!

Properly worn seat belts can save lives! In this chapter you will learn why seat belts are so important, how they work and how to properly fasten, adjust and wear them. – Read and observe all the information as well as the warnings in this chapter.

WARNING

• If the seat belts are worn incorrectly or not at all, the risk of severe injuries increases.

• Properly worn seat belts can reduce severe injuries in the event of sudden braking manoeuvres or accidents. Therefore, you and your passengers should always wear the seat belts properly as long as the vehicle is in motion.

• Pregnant women or persons with physical disabilities must also use seat belts. Like all other occupants, these persons can also sustain severe injuries if they are not wearing their seat belts properly.

Number of seats

Your vehicle has five

passenger places, two individual front seats and three places on the rear seat. Each seat is equipped with a three-point seat belt.

WARNING

• Never transport more people than there are seats available in the vehicle.

• Every occupant in the vehicle must properly fasten and wear the seat belt belonging to his or her seat. Children must be protected with an appropriate child restraint system.

Seat belt warning lamp*

The warning lamp acts as a reminder to the driver to fasten the seat belt. Before starting the vehicle: – Fasten your safety belt securely. – Instruct your passengers to fasten their seat belts properly before driving off. – Protect children by using child seats of the correct height for the age of the child.

The warning lamp in the combi-instrument
lights up if the driver seat belt is not fastened when the ignition is switched on. In addition, an acoustic signal can also be heard for a couple of seconds. The warning lamp* does not go out until
the driver seat belt is fastened while the ignition is switched on.

    Seat belts

    Why wear seat belts?

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