How to Know When It’s Time for an Oil Change

These days the internet is full information on everything from whether to buy or lease, or to when and why you need to change your vehicle’s oil. But the fact of the matter is that there are some basic, general rules and guidelines which have always been a certain way and they always will be.


When it comes to getting your oil changed, the standard mantra has always been every 6,000 miles. However, the truth is even that has evolved over the years. What we would like to do today is offer a little advice on why it…

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Time to Bring Your Subaru in For a Service

It’s the new year, and now it’s a great time to schedule your New Year service for your Subaru. Whether it’s a hatchback, coupe or sedan, or one of the numerous crossovers and SUVs, this is the time for a maintenance service. In addition to the fact that the all-wheel drive lineup needs to always be on a timely service routine to stay in top shape, there are a number of reasons that this particular season can also make it more necessary.

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How Subaru Eyesight Works to Protect You on the Road

With all the added distractions that people have to contend with these days, the need for safety has only increased. Numerous studies have shown a continual increase in distracted drivers on today’s roads. Whether it is due to looking at their phones, fidgeting with the in-vehicle entertainment systems or simply not paying attention, more and more accidents are being caused by lack of focus on the task of driving.


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Make Sure Your Brakes are Good to Go Before You Hit the Road for the Holidays

As the winter season rapidly approaches, many people’s focus is turning to the holiday season. That is because there are a number responsibilities and obligations that come along with this time of the year. Included in these activities is usually a significant amount of driving. This means not only going out of town to see friends and family, but also several local trips to various office gatherings, social events, and engagements around town with other acquaintances.

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Fall Season Car Care Tips

It’s once again that time of year when the leaves begin to change colors and the temperatures start to fall. Autumn is also a good time to have a few of those long overdue automotive maintenance chores handled as well. In addition to the regular upkeep you should already be doing on your car or truck, the fall season brings with it the need to add a few more. 

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Auto Repairs You Should Leave to the Pros

There are many people who like to perform minor maintenance and upkeep chores on their vehicles. Some do it as a hobby. Others may do it to save a little money. A family member or friend who is a mechanic may have them help out from time to time. Whatever the reason, it is fine when it comes to things like oil changes. Windshield wipers and bulb changes, as well as other minor tasks are also okay for do-it-yourselfers. When it comes to more serious issues there is no arguing the fact, they need to be handled by those professionally…

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Visibility Matters – Why You Should Change Your Lights and Windshield Wipers

As a car owner and driver, you know the importance of visibility for driving safely. In truth, visibility really matters which means you’ll need to change your light bulbs and windshield wiper blades regularly to ensure your visibility is not compromised and your vehicle can be clearly seen by other drivers. It’s often easy to see when your windshield wipers need changing, but headlights, taillights, and signal lights are a bit more challenging.  


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Why You Should Keep Up with Your Oil Change

If you own a car, you have likely heard the sage advice that you should have your oil changed periodically, every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. If you aren’t sure what the best timeline for your vehicle’s oil change is, you can find it in your owner’s manual. The information on when you should have it done may then lead you to ask, “Why should you keep up with your oil change?”.


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Prepping Your Subaru for Summer

Summer is nearly here and now is the ideal time to prepare your Subaru for summer’s heat. Summer heat can cause extra stress on your Subaru, from forcing your air conditioning to work extra hard, to expanding the air, and thus wear, on your tires. Here are some helpful tips to get your Subaru ready to handle all summer has to offer from fun to sun.

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The Importance of Tire Rotation

At Subaru, we know the benefits of rotating your tires. Rotation is simply moving the tires periodically to encourage even tread wear. Regularly scheduled tire rotation helps to ensure the longevity of your tires, as well as increasing your safety on the road and keeping your vehicle’s ride smooth and comfortable. Tire rotations are inexpensive. 

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