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SEAT Leon Owner's Manual / Safety First / Safe driving / Proper sitting position for occupants / Correct adjustment of front seat head restraints

Properly adjusted head restraints are an important part of occupant protection and can reduce the risk of injuries in most accident situations.

Fig. 3 Properly adjusted

Fig. 3 Properly adjusted head restraint viewed from the front

Fig. 4 Properly adjusted

Fig. 4 Properly adjusted head restraint viewed from the side

Adjust the head restraint properly to achieve maximum protection.

– Adjust the head restraint so that its upper edge is at the same level as the top of your head, or as close as possible to the same level as the top of your head and, at the very least, at eye level  fig. 3 and  fig. 4.

Adjusting the head restraints.

WARNING

• Travelling with the head restraints removed or improperly adjusted increases the risk of severe injuries.
• Incorrectly adjusted head restraints could result in death in the event of a collision or accident.
• Incorrectly adjusted head restraints also increase the risk of injury during sudden or unexpected driving or braking manoeuvres.
• The head restraints must always be adjusted according to the occupant's size.

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