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Your Car's Suspension is the Reason It Drives So Well

Drivability and a smooth road-traversing experience are key to having a good time in the driver's seat. However, this can prove difficult when your vehicle's suspension needs work. That's why you should always be aware of the condition of your car's suspension. If your car's wheels or cushioning capabilities were to be compromised, it could spell real trouble for your driving enjoyment.

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How to Check Up on Your Headlights

Headlights are obviously an important part of your vehicle. They light up your road to let you see, help make your vehicle more visible to other drivers, and help you stay safe while driving. Headlights are essential to every automobile, and so is knowing how to take care of them.

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Time for Muffler and Exhaust System Service

If you have recently failed a car inspection and the emissions check was to blame, it's time to bring your car to DCH Subaru of Riverside for an exhaust system service. While your exhaust system is responsible for making your car quieter, it is also essential for reducing the carbon monoxide and other harmful substances coming from your vehicle.

Your exhaust system is more than just your muffler. The system goes throughout your car, starting just behind the engine. 

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Time to Get Your Brakes Inspected

You should have the brakes on your car inspected at least once a year. This will give you the peace of mind you need while driving your car. Brakes are important, and you don't want to wait until your brakes have failed to learn there is a problem. A brake inspection involves checking over your system, making sure the pads aren't too worn down and that the brake fluid levels are adequate.

To get your car serviced, contact us at DCH Subaru of Riverside and make an appointment with our service center. 

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Why The 3000-Mile Oil Change Rule Is Not Relevant Today

Does it make sense to follow a guideline on how to do something if that guideline is 30 years old and there's a better way to do it? Not at all, yet it's still happening with car oil change habits. Most people change their oil every 3,000 miles even though they really don't need to and shouldn't.

A big reason why most people don't know any better is that mechanics are not giving them the correct information. They still use those 3,000 miles stickers and tell them to come back by then, but…

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