With the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) now in effect, TC Subaru has announced that selected Subaru showrooms and service centres across the country has now resumed operation.

The selected showrooms will resume to normal operating hours starting today, while service centres will have shortened operating hours, as introduced during Phase 3 of the MCO. The full list of showrooms and service centres resuming operations can be found here.

TC Subaru says that strict health and hygiene measures are in place at all Subaru showrooms and service centres, in line with requirements introduced by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) and Ministry of Health. These include regular sanitisation of work areas, mandatory use of face masks, sanitisation and disinfectant sprays, as well as temperature screening.

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All individuals entering the premise will be checked for temperature, and details recorded to facilitate in contact tracing. Those with body temperature above 37.5 degrees celcius will not be allowed entry.

As part of the requirements from MITI, customers are not allowed to wait at the service centres for their cars. Customers are also advised to not bring their children. TC Subaru says that all vehicles will be thoroughly sanitised before and after each job.

Playing its part to encourage social distancing, TC Subaru is also introducing a ‘test drive at home’ initiative. Upon request, a sales consultant will bring the car to your doorstep for a test drive. All sales consultants will be equipped with sanitisers and face masks, and the cars will be thoroughly sanitised before and after each test drive.


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