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Seat Ibiza: Brief introduction

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Dear SEAT Driver

Safety first!

This chapter contains important information, tips, suggestions and warnings that you should read and follow in the interest of your own safety and the safety of your passengers.


This manual contains important information concerning the driver's and passengers' handling of the vehicle. The other booklets in the vehicle wallet also contain further information that you should be aware of for your own safety and for the safety of your passengers.

Ensure that the onboard documentation is kept in the vehicle at all times. This is especially important when lending or selling the vehicle to another person.

Safety equipment

The safety equipment is a part of the occupant protection system and can reduce the risk of injury during an accident.

Never “gamble” with your safety and the safety of your passengers. In the event of an accident, the safety equipment could reduce the risk of injury. The following list includes most of the safety equipment in your SEAT:

• three-point seat belts,

• belt tension limiter for the front and rear side seats,

• belt tension devices for the front seats,

• front airbags,

• side airbags in the front seat backrests,

• curtain airbags,

• “ISOFIX” anchor points for child seats in the rear side seats with the “ISOFIX” system,

• height-adjustable head restraints,

• rear-centre head restraints with in-use position and non-use position,

• adjustable steering column. The safety equipment mentioned above works together to provide you and your passengers with the best possible protection in accident situations. But this safety equipment cannot help you or your passengers if you or your passengers assume an incorrect sitting position or do not properly adjust or use this equipment.

Therefore, information is provided about why this equipment is so important, how it protects you, what you have to observe when using it and how you and your passengers can achieve the greatest possible benefit from the safety equipment fitted. This manual includes important warnings that you and your passengers should observe in order to reduce the risk of injury.

Safety is everyone's business!

Before every trip

The driver bears the responsibility for his passengers and the operational worthiness of the vehicle. For your own safety and the safety of your passengers, always note the following points before every trip: – Ensure that the vehicle's lights and turn signals operate flawlessly. – Check tyre pressure. – Ensure that all windows provide a clear and good view of the surroundings. – Secure all baggage. – Make sure that no objects can interfere with the pedals. – Adjust front seat, head restraint and mirrors properly for your size. – Ensure that the passenger in the central rear seat always has the head restraint in the correct position for use.

– Instruct passengers to adjust the head restraints according to their height. – Protect children with appropriate child seats and properly applied seat belts. – Assume the correct sitting position. Instruct your passengers also to assume a proper sitting position.. – Fasten your safety belt securely. Instruct your passengers also to fasten their seat belts properly.

What affects driving safety?

Driving safety is largely determined by your driving style and the personal behaviour of all occupants. As driver, you are responsible for yourself and your passengers. When your concentration or driving safety is affected, you endanger yourself as well as others on the road ⇒   ,
for this reason:

– Do not allow yourself to be distracted from the traffic around you, e.g. by passengers or telephone conversations. – Never drive when your driving ability is impaired (e.g. by medication, alcohol, drugs). – Observe traffic laws and speed limits. – Always reduce your speed as appropriate for road, traffic and weather conditions.

– When travelling long distances, take breaks regularly - at least every two hours. – If possible, avoid driving when you are tired or are under pressure of time.


When driving safety is impaired during a trip, the risk of injury and accidents increases.

    Safe driving

    Proper sitting position for occupants

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