What is a car recall?
A recall is a notice to the public issued by the government of a product or service that will be provided free of charge because it contains an issue that could potentially affect safety. Car recalls are for any vehicle that has been manufactured and found to have a defect in the manufacturing process. Auto recalls are typically done when there is an issue with airbags, brakes, or other car parts like tires. The recall usually begins when specific government agencies receive information from consumers, car dealers, or automakers about a defect in a vehicle. The appropriate governing agency then investigates those allegations, and if their findings support a possible safety defect, they will communicate with the manufacturer about their results.
What should you do about your Subaru vehicle recall?
- You must follow the auto manufacturer's recommendations and keep your vehicle in good condition. People make a common mistake by not following these instructions and getting stuck with a broken car due to the recall.
- To get your vehicle fixed, contact Subaru of Moncton. It is always best not to wait until the deadline for your car to be repaired. Neglected issues will cause unnecessary stress, and you could end up with an even bigger problem down the road.
- Make sure to have the recall fixed by an authorized Subaru dealer. While recalls can seem like a hassle, it is better than dealing with an accident causing injury directly related to the recall itself.
Subaru Service Centre
If you have a recall for your vehicle, our Service Centre can assist you with all the repairs needed to keep your car on the road. Just come down and visit us at Subaru of Moncton. We are the premier Subaru dealer in the area, and your automotive needs are our priority.