Only use genuine Porsche spare parts for your vehicle or spare parts of a similar quality, which have been manufactured according to the specifications and production requirements of Porsche. This ensures that your vehicle remains reliable and safe to drive, and that no consequential damage occurs to your vehicle. These parts are available from authorized Porsche dealers.
Porsche recommends an authorized Porsche dealer, as they have trained technicians and the necessary parts and tools.
Only use accessories that originate from the Porsche Tequipment range or that have been tested and approved by Porsche. For information on Porsche Tequipment: Contact an authorized Porsche dealer.
If other spare parts or accessories are used, Porsche does not accept any liability for damages caused by these parts.
Even if a supplier has obtained a General Operating License for spare parts or accessories, the safety of the vehicle may still be affected. The use of spare parts or accessories not approved by Porsche may also void your vehicle warranty.
Load, safety systems, children in
the vehicle: Knowledge for
With your Porsche, you can accelerate to above
60 mph (100 km/h) within a few seconds. In view
of so much power, you should do everything
necessary to ensure safety before driving.
For this reason, prepare for the journey with the
same passion that you feel during driving.
Your life-saver: Correct use of seat belts
The seat belts can only protect you from injuries if they are functional and are used correctly.
Severe injuries can occur at speeds as low as 20
mph (30 km/h). Safety systems only protect when
used in combination. For example, the airbags can
protect you properly only if the seat belts are worn
Always fasten seat belts tightly, even on short
Use one seat belt to secure one occupant only.
Remove any loose articles of clothing, e.g. winter coats.
Do not place the seat belts across hard or fragile objects (e.g. glasses or ball-point pens).
Do not twist the seat belts.
Always fully roll up unused seat belts.
Pregnant drivers or passengers should position the lap belt under the belly and shoulder belt taut over the chest.
If worn or damaged, have the belt, belt buckle or attachment points replaced.