Tesla Model Y Owners & Service Manuals

Tesla Model Y: Child Safety Seats

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 Guidelines for Seating Children

Your Model Y seat belts are designed for adults and larger children. You must restrain infants and small children in rear seats only, and you must use a suitable child safety seat appropriate for t

 Choosing a Child Safety Seat

All children age 12 and under should ride in the second and third row seats. Always use a child safety seat suitable for a young child's age and weight. The following table is based on child safety

 Installing Child Safety Seats

There are two general methods used to install child safety seats: Seat belt retained - these seats are secured using the vehicle's seat belts. LATCH retained - these seats attach to anchor bars

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 Driving Status

When Model Y is driving (or ready to drive), the touchscreen shows your current driving status and a real-time visualization of the road as detected by the Autopilot components (see About Autopilot). The visualization automatically zooms in and out to better utilize touchscreen space and inform

 Three Types of Keys

Model Y supports three types of keys: Phone key - You can set up your personal phone as a "phone key" that communicates with Model Y using Bluetooth. A phone key supports automatic locking and unlocking. Key card - Tesla provides a key card that communicates with Model Y using short range r

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