Range Rover: Child restraint check list - Occupant safety - Range Rover Owner's ManualRange Rover: Child restraint check list

Every time a child travels in the vehicle observe the following:-

Non-LATCH child restraints

  • • Carefully follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the restraint system.
  • • Always use the appropriate child restraints and adjust harnesses for every child, every trip.
  • • Avoid dressing a child in bulky clothing and do not place any objects between the child and the restraint system.
  • • Regularly check the fit of a child seat and replace seats or harnesses that show signs of wear.
  • • Ensure that you have removed all slack from the adult seat belt.
  • • No child seat is completely child-proof. Encourage a child not to play with the buckle or harness.
  • • Never leave a child unsupervised in the vehicle.
  • • Activate the rear door child safety locks. See item 5 under 27, USING SEAT BELTS AND CHILD SAFETY LOCKS.
  • • Set a good example - always wear your seat belt.

LATCH child restraints

  • • Always attach the top tether when installing the LATCH seat.
  • • Carefully follow the instructions supplied with the child seat. Always give the LATCH seat a final pull, to ensure that the lower anchors are secure.
  • • Always use the appropriate child restraints and adjust the harnesses for every child, every trip.
  • • Make sure that a child falls into the correct weight range for the seat. Avoid dressing a child in bulky clothing and do not place any objects between the child and the restraint system.
  • • Regularly check the fit of a child seat and replace seats and harnesses that show signs of wear.
  • • No child seat is completely child-proof. Encourage children not to play with the buckle or harness.
  • • Never leave a child unsupervised in the vehicle.
  • • Activate the rear door child safety locks. See item 5 under 27, USING SEAT BELTS AND CHILD SAFETY LOCKS.
  • • Set a good example - always wear your seat belt.

WARNING WARNING

Child restraint anchorages are designed to withstand only those loads imposed by correctly fitted child restraints. Under no circumstances are they to be used for adult seat belts, harnesses or for attaching other items or equipment to the vehicle.

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