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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Fastening rings

Fig. 99 In the luggage compartment: fastening rings

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

You will find fastening rings at the front and rear of the luggage compartment which can be used to secure luggage   (arrow).

Some fastening rings have to be folded out before they can be used.

WARNING

Unsuitable or damaged securing straps could rip in the event of a braking manoeuvre or accident. This could cause objects to be flung through the interior and lead to severe or fatal injuries.

The maximum load rating of the fastening rings is approximately 3.5 kN.

Suitable fastening belts and luggage stowage systems are available from a qualified workshop. Volkswagen recommends using a Volkswagen dealership for this purpose.

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