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Audi Q7 (4M) 2016-2022 Owner's Manual: Safety belts

General information

Each seat is equipped with a three-point safety belt. Safety belts that are worn correctly are the most effective way to reduce the risk of serious or fatal injuries in a collision. Therefore, wear your safety belt correctly and make sure that all vehicle passengers are also wearing their safety belts correctly when the vehicle is moving.

Even though your vehicle is equipped with an airbag system, every vehicle passenger must still always wear the appropriate safety belt. In addition to their normal protective function, safety belts also hold vehicle occupants in the correct seating position in the event of a collision so that the airbags can deploy correctly and provide additional protection. Safety belts provide protection during collisions when the airbags do not deploy or if they have already deployed.


The risk of serious or fatal injury increases if the safety belt is not fastened, if it is worn incorrectly, or if it is damaged.

Correct safety belt positioning

Fig. 63 Lap/shoulder belt positioning
Fig. 63 Lap/shoulder belt positioning

Fig. 64 Safety belt positioning for pregnant women
Fig. 64 Safety belt positioning for pregnant women

Fastened safety belts only offer optimal protection during an accident and reduce the risk of serious injury or death when they are positioned correctly. Furthermore, the correct safety belt position holds the vehicle occupant in place so that a deployed airbag can provide maximum protection. Therefore, always fasten the safety belt and make sure it is positioned correctly > fig. 63.

To ensure the safety belt is positioned correctly, make sure of the following points:

For pregnant women, the safety belt must rest evenly across the chest and as low and flat as possible on the lap, so that no pressure is applied to the lower abdomen. This should be done throughout the entire pregnancy > fig. 64.


Incorrect safety belt positioning can cause serious injury in the event of an accident or during sudden braking or driving maneuvers.


Make sure that there are no hook-and-loop fasteners or sharp objects such as zippers or rivets on clothing in the area where the safety belt is worn. Otherwise, the safety belt could be damaged.

Head restraints
General information Applies to: vehicles with adjustable head restraints Fig. 60 Correctly-adjusted head restraint Make sure that: The upper edge of the head restraint is as even as possible with ...

Fastening and unfastening safety belts
Fig. 65 Belt buckle and belt latch Fig. 66 Releasing the belt buckle from the belt latch Observe the safety precautions. Fastening the safety belt Pull the safety belt by the belt buckle evenly ...

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