1.7. Seat belts

Correctly put on seat belts hold the driver and passengers in a sitting position. Belts substantially reduce energy of the movement which is extinguished at collision and by that prevent uncontrollable ejection of the driver and passengers from their places as a result of which drawing severe injuries is possible.

Energy of the movement of the driver and passengers with correctly put on seat belts considerably is transmitted through seat belts on a car body. And total energy of the movement is extinguished at frontal blow by a car framework thanks to the special power absorbing structure of a forward part of the car and other constructive measures of passive safety. Thereby forces which can throw out the driver and passengers from their seats significantly decrease thanks to what the risk of receiving severe injuries decreases.


1. By means of regulation of provision of points of fastening of belts (1) of front seats on height (2) it is possible to provide the best placement of a humeral branch of a belt.
2. For implementation of such regulation it is necessary to pull the handle and to so shift a belt bracket up or down that the humeral branch passed through the middle of a shoulder and not through a throat at all.
3. After regulation pull for a belt to make sure that the bracket of a belt is reliable it is recorded.
4. For the best provision of a belt it is possible to carry out on front seats also corresponding readjusting of provision of a seat on height.
5. Extend a seat belt without sharp pushes from a roller, stretch through a shoulder and insert into the lock.
6. It is forbidden to overwind a belt on all its length.
7. For removal of a belt press the red button (3) on the belt lock.