Tires: It’s How We Roll

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Tires: It's How We Roll

Usually we don’t think about the tires on our vehicle until they need to be replaced or there is a problem. This goes along with one of our previous blogs regarding forming a relationship with your car, which includes reading the manual. Picture this: While driving the other day, a mysterious light appeared on my dashboard looking very similar to this: ( ! ). Had I familiarized myself with the warning lights and meanings and with the information provided in the manual stashed away in the glove box, I would not have been so confused, uniformed, and nervous. Let’s take a look at some tire issues and why it is important to maintain and care for your car tires. Of course, if an issue should arise, Cassels Garage is a full service automotive repair shop for all makes and models. We focus on affordable rates and quality auto repair which includes tire service.

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Continued Car Care for the New Year

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Continued Car Care

New Year’s resolutions have been the focus of our last few blogs. And even though we are well into January, the idea of keeping your car clean and regularly serviced is a resolution to keep throughout the year. Meeting this goal will result in a more reliable, safer, and cleaner vehicle. Another automobile based resolution we suggested was to form a relationship with your automobile. This concept included reading your car manual and learning the ins and out; the bells and whistles associated with your make and model. This also included studying the warranty, reviewing scheduled maintenance routines, and familiarizing yourself with factory installed safety features. Keeping your car tidy and well serviced while being sure to operate and maintain it properly, will ultimately increase the longevity of your automobile and positively affect resale value.

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Vehicle Brakes: How Often Should They Be Checked?

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Brakes: How often to check

Most of us know we need to change our car’s oil after a certain amount of miles, but oftentimes we don’t take care of other aspects of our vehicles like we should. There are many parts that work together to make a car run, from the battery to the steering and more. So, besides the oil, what is an important part of your car to keep an eye on? Your brakes!

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New Year’s Resolutions Part 2

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We’re well underway into 2017 and New Year’s resolutions are still fresh and motivating. A clean slate is ahead of us filled with potential and promise. As discussed in our latest blog, New Year’s resolutions can be far reaching and extend well beyond the typical goals of weight loss, exercising and traveling more. In your upcoming goals, a manageable resolution is to strive for a cleaner, safer, and more reliable car. At Cassels Garage, we can assist you in this quest. If you are in the Melbourne area of Florida and need a full-service garage specializing in affordable and quality work performed by staffed specialists, we are the garage for new you in the new year!

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New Year’s Resolutions

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2017: New Years Resolution

Christmas is checked off the list for this year, the wrapping paper has been recycled, and all the new gifts have been put away. Now it is time to gear up for the New Year and the process of defining what new resolutions you will put into place to make yourself a better version for the next 365 days. Most traditional resolutions revolve around keeping fit, adopting a cleaner diet, achieving a stronger financial standing, or spending more time with friends and family. So, how about shaking things up this year by including your automobile in this year’s commitment? This resolution should be a manageable one and will lead to a safer, cleaner, and more reliable car! Should any problems or glitches arise along the way, Cassels Garage is here to assist you in successfully reaching your New Year’s goals!

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How to Save Fuel While Driving

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Does it seem like you’re having to stop to fill up your car’s gas tank too often? You could swear you just fueled up last week, but you’re already on empty? This could be a sign that you’re burning fuel faster than necessary. There are ways to cut back on your fuel consumption by changing your driving habits; your wallet and the environment will benefit if you start implementing the following tips into your daily commute.

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