2013 Volkswagen Passat - Driving tips (7 pages)

Posted on 6 Feb, 2015 by AlphaCent
Model: 2013 Volkswagen Passat
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In this section you'll find information about, driving with an open luggage compartment lid, always stow heavy objects in the luggage compartment and make sure that rear seat backrests, distributed, can affect vehicle handling braking ⇒ .

Folding down passenger seat backrest, unsecured or incorrectly stowed items can fly through the vehicle, causing serious personal, injury during hard braking or sharp steering or in an accident, and thrown through the passenger compartment by the front airbags if they inflate.

Reduce the risk serious personal injury, always stow all objects securely vehicle, always keep storage compartments closed while driving, do not stow hard, heavy, or sharp objects in open bins in the vehicle or on top instrument panel.

Remove hard, heavy, and sharp objects from clothing and bags in vehicle interior, always secure objects in the passenger compartment properly with suitable straps so that, they cannot move into the deployment area of a side or front airbag during braking, in a sudden maneuver, collision, always make sure that there is nothing on the front passenger seat when backrest.

Passengers must never ride in an incorrect seating position because objects being, never let anybody sit in a seat that is blocked by objects being carried vehicle, heavy loads will influence the way your vehicle handles increase stopping distances, heavy loads that are not properly stowed or secured can cause loss control serious.

Secure the load properly to keep it shifting, always remember when transporting heavy objects that a change in center gravity, also changes the way your vehicle handles, – Always distribute the load evenly possible.

– Secure heavy objects properly as far forward in the luggage compartment possible, – Always tie down heavy items securely with suitable straps using tie-downs, securely latch the rear seat backrest upright position, never exceed the Gross Axle Weight Rating or the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

Safety compliance sticker on the left door jamb, vehicle to skid handle differently, always adapt your speed and driving to the heavier load and the weight distribution, always accelerate gently and avoid sudden braking driving maneuvers.

Always brake earlier than you would if you were not driving loaded vehicle,  Please first read and note the introductory information heed WARNINGS, always stow all luggage securely vehicle, distribute the load in the vehicle and in the trailer evenly possible.

Put heavy objects as far forward as possible in the luggage compartment securely latch, rear seat backrest upright position, secure luggage in the luggage compartment to the tie-downs with suitable straps, check the pressure in all 4 tires when the tires are still cold.

Tires to match cold tire inflation pressure, pay especially close attention to your vehicle's Tire Pressure Monitoring System when driving with, the defroster heating wires or antenna in the rear window can be damaged by objects that rub, please review the information loading trailer.

Driving with an open luggage compartment lid can lead to serious personal injury, with an open luggage compartment lid, make sure that all objects and the lid itself are properly secured and take appropriate measures to keep toxic exhaust fumes entering vehicle, driving with an unlatched or open luggage compartment lid can lead serious personal, never transport objects larger than those that fit completely luggage compartment.

Because the luggage compartment lid cannot be fully closed properly, after closing the lid, always pull up on it to make sure that it is properly closed cannot, open suddenly when vehicle moving, always stow all objects securely in the luggage compartment.

Of the luggage compartment and injure others on road behind you, drive carefully; anticipate what other drivers will do, avoid abrupt or sudden acceleration, steering, or braking, because unlatched luggage.

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