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Skoda Fabia: First aid kit and warning triangle

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

Fig. 138 Placing of the warning triangle
Fig. 138 Placing of the warning triangle

A warning triangle with the maximum dimensions 39 x 68 x 450 mm can be attached to the trim panel of the rear wall with rubber straps » Fig. 138.

WARNING

The first-aid kit and warning triangle must always be secured safely so that they do not come loose when making an emergency braking or in a vehicle collision which could cause injuries to occupants.

Note

  • Pay attention to the expiration date of the first-aid kit.
  • We recommend using a first-aid box from ŠKODA Original Accessories available from a ŠKODA Partner.

Fire extinguisher

Fig. 139 Fire extinguisher
Fig. 139 Fire extinguisher

The fire extinguisher is attached by two straps in a bracket under the driver's seat.

Removing/attaching

  • Loosen the two straps by pulling the buckles in the direction of the arrow » Fig. 139.
  • Remove the fire extinguisher

It is attached in the reverse order.

Please read carefully the instructions which are attached to the fire extinguisher.

The fire extinguisher must be checked by an authorised person once a year.

National legal requirements must be observed.

WARNING

The fire extinguisher must always be secured safely so that they do not come loose when making an emergency braking or in a vehicle collision which could cause injuries to occupants.

Note

  • The fire extinguisher must comply with national legal requirements.
  • Pay attention to the expiration date of the fire extinguisher. Proper functioning of the fire extinguisher is not assured once it has passed its expiry date.
  • The fire extinguisher is part of the scope of delivery in certain countries only.
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