Buying a new car can be an exhausting process. It takes hours, and some buyers make hasty decisions just to bring the process to a close. Even though the decisions are important and the implications can last for years, some buyers are not equipped to make an informed decision about add-ons at the end of a new car purchase.
Here’s a week in the life of Cassel’s Automotive. As you read this story, try to imagine getting this level of attention from any dealer that sells and services cars.
A customer came home from a trip and brought his truck into the shop because it had bucked and jerked intermittently while pulling his “fifth wheel” camper trailer. During a scheduled appointment, the technicians at Cassels Garage checked the fuel and computer systems and test drove the truck about forty miles, but found nothing.
Brakes are an all-important safety feature of your vehicle, and it is important to maintain them properly. An appropriate maintenance schedule depends on usage. Obviously a New York City taxi driver puts more pressure on his brakes than the typical soccer mom or suburban commuter.