\We have previously discussed tips and tricks for high school students hitting the open road for the first time. Now, it’s time for us to give our college students a little advice. Whether you are staying in Brevard County or leaving to explore new lands, it is important that you are fully prepared for move in day.
If you keep up with our blogs, you would have seen that we recently posted Kind Reviews: Part 1. This is a series where we at Cassels Garage take some time to thank our customers for their kind reviews. We know that our customers lead busy lives and we are so grateful to them for their reviews.
The new school year is upon us here in Brevard County. Seems like summer break goes by faster and faster every year. For many teenagers, this will be their first year driving themselves to school. This is a super exciting time for our young drivers and possibly a super nerve racking time for their parents. But there is no need to fear. Cassels Garage is here to help! Below is a checklist of things your young driver should be able to answer before they cruise into this school year.
Unfortunately, summer break is slowly coming to an end. Soon your teen drivers will be going back to their respective Brevard County schools for another engaging academic year. In previous posts, we have provided some helpful tips for beginner drivers hitting the summer roads for the first time. At Cassels Garage we find it vital to supply our customers and readers with tips for a successful driving experience. Soon your beginner driver will be driving himself or herself to school for the first time and this may come along with some new obstacles. Read below for some pointers for both parents and beginner drivers who are about to make their first solo journey to school.
If you follow our blog, you may have read a post we did on Tips for Brevard County Beginner Drivers. One of the tips was to enroll in a local driver’s education course. At Cassels Garage, we see a lot of cars after there are accidents. We want our new drivers to feel safe and supported. We thought it might be helpful if we shared a few more tips. Here are 3 tips on how to learn the most your can from your driver’s education course.
At Cassels Garage we want you to embrace the summertime while you can. Before you know it, it will be fall and the kids will be back in school for another year here in Brevard County. We want to encourage people to get away from the technology and go exploring. Unplug for a while and spend time really getting to know the people around you. Get out and see the sights. Traveling is a great way to get that quality, uninterrupted family time that memories are made of.
Here at Cassels Garage we really appreciate when our customers take the time out of their busy schedules to share with others their experiences with us. We want to dedicate this blog post to all the amazing customers that have been kind enough to give us reviews. Here is Kind Reviews, as series where we take the time to thank our customers back for their positive feedback. Enjoy.
Things that people may find to be stressful:
- Purchasing a house
- Purchasing a phone plan
- Purchasing a laptop
- Purchasing a camera
- Purchasing a boat
- Purchasing a tv
Things that people shouldn’t find to be stressful:
- Purchasing a puppy
- Purchasing a vacation package
- Purchasing tickets to an amusement park
- Purchasing a book
- Purchasing a car
- Purchasing a game
Summer is an amazing time for the people of Brevard County to get out and enjoy what this beautiful country has to offer. Road trips are one of the best way to see parts of the U.S you have never experienced before. The United States of America is a huge, beautiful country that has so many interesting things to do and see. It can be stressful to figure out where you want to go. Here are some fun ideas for a good ol’ fashioned American road trip.
May is here and soon students will be hitting the roads of Brevard County for the first time. It can be a fun, scary, exhilarating and a nerve-racking time for both new drivers and their parents. Here are some tips to help new Brevard County drivers feel confident behind the wheel and hopefully something to give some nervous parents peace of mind.