2016 Hyundai I10 Owners Manual

Safety system of your vehicle
Additional seat belt safety pre-
Seat belt use during pregnancy
Seat belt use and children
Infant and small children
Small  children  are best  protected  from
injury   in   an  accident   when   properly
restrained  in  the  rear  seat   by  a  child
restraint system  that meets  the require-
ments  of the  Safety  Standards  of  your
country. Before buying any child restraint
system, make sure that it has a label cer-
tifying  that it  meets  Safety Standard  of
your   country.  The   restraint   must   be
appropriate  for  your  child's  height  and
weight.  Check   the  label  on   the  child
restraint  for   this  information.  Refer   to
“Child Restraint Systems” in this chapter.
Most countries  have child  restraint laws
which   require    children    to   travel   in
approved child  restraint  devices, includ-
ing booster seats. The age at which seat
belts   can   be   used  instead    of  child
restraints differs among countries, so you
should be  aware of the  specific require-
ments in your country, and where you are
travelling. Infant and child restraints must
be properly placed and installed in a rear
seat. For  more  information  refer  to  the
“Child Restraint Systems” in this chapter.
The seat belt should always be used dur-
ing  pregnancy. The best  way  to protect
your unborn child is to protect yourself by
always wearing the seat belt.
Pregnant women  should always  wear  a
lap-shoulder  seat belt. Place  the  shoul-
der  belt across  the  chest,  routed away
from the  neck. Place  the lap  belt below
the belt  line so that  it fits snugly  and as
low  as   possible  across   the  hips,  not
across the abdomen.
Larger children
Children under  age 13 and  who are too
large  for  a   booster  seat  must  always
occupy the  rear seat  and use  the avail-
able   lap/shoulder   belts.   A   seat   belt
should lie across the upper thighs and be
snug  across the  shoulder  and chest  to
restrain  the  child  safely.  Check  belt  fit
periodically. A child's squirming could put
the belt out of position. In the event of an
accident, children  are  safest when  they
are seated in the rear seat and restrained
by the  seat  belts or  by a  child restraint
To reduce the risk of  serious injury
or death  to an unborn child  during
an    accident,    pregnant     women
should  NEVER  place  the  lap por-
tion of  the seat  belt above  or over
the area of the  abdomen where the
unborn child is located.
ALWAYS  properly  restrain  infants
and   small    children   in
a   child
restraint appropriate for  the child’s
height and weight.
To reduce the risk of  serious injury
or death  to  a child  and other  pas-
sengers,  NEVER   hold  a   child  in
your lap  or arms  when the  vehicle
is moving. The violent forces creat-
ed during  an accident  will tear the
child from your arms and throw the
child  against   the   interior  of   the
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