Seat Leon >> Seat belt position

Seat belts offer their maximum protection only when they are properly positioned.

Fig. 12 Correct belt web

Fig. 12 Correct belt web and head restraint positions, viewed from front

Fig. 13 Correct belt web

Fig. 13 Correct belt web and head restraint positions, viewed from side

The following features are available to adjust the seat belt in the shoulder region:

• belt height adjustment for the front seats.
• front seat height adjustment*.

WARNING

• An incorrectly worn seat belt web can cause severe injuries in the event of an accident.
• The shoulder part of the seat belt must lie on the centre of the shoulder, never across the neck. The seat belt must lie flat and snugly on the torso  fig. 12.
• The lap part of the seat belt must lie across the pelvis, never across the stomach. The seat belt must lie flat and snugly on the pelvis fig. 13. Pull the belt tight, if necessary to take up any slack.
• Read and observe the warnings.

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