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Seat and Headrest Adjustment
Improper Safety Belt Use
Safety belts only offer protection when the backrest is upright and the belts are properly positioned on the body.
Improperly positioned safety belts or safety belts worn by passengers in an excessively reclined position can cause serious personal injury or death in an accident.
Seat Adjustment While Driving
The seat may move further than desired if you adjust it when driving. You could lose control of the vehicle.
If persons or animals are in the movement range of the seat during seat adjustment, parts of the body could get trapped or crushed.
Your vehicle is equipped with a total of five headrests in the backrests of the front and rear seats. The height of the headrests for the front seats and the outer headrests for the back seat is adjustable. Only the middle headrest of the rear seat is removable.
Failure to Adjust Head and Backrest
All occupants, including the driver, should not operate a vehicle or sit in a vehicle's seat until the headrests and backrests are placed in their proper positions so that the risk of neck injuries is minimized in the event of a crash.
Driving with removed headrests will cause serious personal injury or death in an accident.