If that display includes a flashing Check Engine Light, you should not be driving the car–at all–and it needs to be towed to a qualified mechanic.
On Subarus–possibly on some other makes of vehicles–when the CEL lights-up, virtually all of the other warning lights start glowing as well. This is to try to make people aware that something is very much wrong, and that the vehicle needs to be attended to by a mechanic.
Continuing to drive the car when the CEL is flashing makes it very possible that you will damage the catalytic converter, and will incur major repair expenses. Don’t drive it under these conditions!