When children are in the car
For maximum safety, consult the
relevant authority in your country to
be sure that you know the rules for
the carrying of children. Observe
the following recommendations:
Regulations, all children of under
12 years of age or of height less
than 1m 50 must be carried in
approved child seats suitable for
their age and weight, on seats
equipped with a seat belt or ISOFIX
anchorage. Check that the child
seat is in compliance with current
legislation, ensuring that it bears
an orange label featuring the range
of weights for which it is suitable as
well as its approval no.
children under 9 kg must be
carried in a rear-facing child
seat, whether installed in the
front or at the back.
It is recommended to use this
position for as long as possible (up
to 2 or 3 years old).
Statistically, the safest seats for
the carrying of children are the
vehicle's rear seat positions.
install your child in one of the rear
seat positions, even when using a
rear-facing child seat.
C H I L D S A F E T Y
pretext be carried on the knees
of a passenger (risk of being
or windscreen should there be a
Children must not be allowed to
stand between the backrests of the
front seats, as they could be thrown
forwards under sudden braking or
in the event of a collision.
The rear doors are equipped with a
"Child Safety" locking device. This
allows the doors to be opened from
the outside unless they are under
Each time you switch on the
ignition, check that this device is
Never leave a child in a vehicle that
is exposed to sunshine.
Before opening a door, make sure
that it is safe to do so.
When leaving your vehicle, remove
the ignition key and properly apply
the parking brake.
Do not leave the key in the vehicle,
as children could lock themselves
in, either using the remote control
or by pressing the central locking
Children should not be left alone in
Regulations for the carriage
of children in the front
passenger seat position
If the child is travelling in a rear-
facing child seat, it is essential to
deactivate the passenger's front
airbag. Otherwise the child risks
being killed or seriously injured
should the airbag deploy.
In the front passenger's seat, chil-
dren less than 10 years of age
must not be carried "forward-fac-
ing", except if:
The rear seats are occupied by
The rear seats cannot be used (if
they are folded or not present).
If your child is travelling forward-
facing in the front passenger seat
position, slide the front passenger
seat to an intermediate position
and leave the airbag activated.