It’s no secret that road trips are fun, but in order to make certain that your road trip is set and ready for success, there are certain things that you need to check on your car before you go!
No one wants the risk of a breakdown when on the road, so by simply taking the time to double check these simple items on your car can save you a ton of headaches in the future. An even better idea would be to check with the mechanics at Cassel’s Garage! We can get you set and road ready in no time at all!
If you’ve ever needed any type of repair for your vehicle, it can be hard to know where to turn. It’s not as easy as just opening up a page in the phone book any longer because there are just too many choices out there to choose from. One of the best options out there is to put your trust in Cassels Garage. Not only have they been in business since 1966, but they have built a great reputation being an automotive specialist and repair shop to trust.
During vacations season, many families choose to travel by car so they can experience the great open roads here in our nation! At Cassels Garage of Melbourne, FL, we know how important it is to get out and see the world while you have the time so we want to encourage everyone to take this summer time to do that! We also understand that these road trips can be long and boring if you don’t plan ahead.
There is nothing scarier than being stranded on the side of the road with a broken down car and no one to turn to. Or stuck with a steaming engine in the middle of a super busy intersection, smack dab in the middle of town. Or realizing as you are heading to an important event that your car no longer wants to start for you. Sadly, these things happen every day to good car loving people.
We at Cassels Garage understand the worry that comes along with this sort of situation, and we want to be able to help. We know that you, the customer, want to avoid any and all potential car troubles in the future. So, we thought it might help to put together a list of ways to successfully avoid any stuck on the side of the road scenarios that may occur. Here is a list of signs that your car may be in need of a checkup and/or tune-up. Look out for these bad boys.
Summer is coming, and you are getting ready for summer vacation. At Cassels Garage here in Melbourne, Florida we want to help you have a stress-free road trip. Whether you plan on driving your car a short distance to Orlando or a much longer road trip up or down the coast, we have some tips to make sure you and your family can have an awesome adventure.
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.
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.
Many people are under the misconception that they must go to a car dealership for routine maintenance if their car is under warranty. This is simply not the case; in fact, in almost every situation getting routine maintenance performed on your vehicle by an independent garage will not affect your warranty. This includes tire rotations, oil changes, fluid checks, new brake pads and more. Going to your neighborhood garage also comes with the added benefits of convenience and that personal touch you just won’t get at large dealership. When considering whether to take your vehicle to a local garage or to a dealership for routine maintenance, take the following into consideration.
The car battery is an essential component of your vehicle; it provides the necessary energy current to the starter motor and the ignition system to start the engine. Additionally, it supplies supplementary current when the demand is higher than the alternator can supply, acting as an electrical reservoir. Furthermore, the battery supplies power to the electronics while the engine is not running. Without a working battery, most automobiles cannot start, making the battery an integral part of a car’s machine. Surprisingly many people are unaware of the longevity of their vehicle’s battery despite the important role it plays.
The balance of power between vendors and consumers has shifted steadily since the early 20th century. After centuries of “Buy at your own risk,” it took only a few decades to transition to “The customer is always right.” Everyone knows that the customer is not actually infallible, but it is true that businesses can no longer get away with poor customer service and expect to survive in our culture. For example, in a highly competitive restaurant market, if you have a bad customer service experience at a new restaurant, you can be pretty sure that this new restaurant will not be around next year. Restaurant customers have too many options to put up with bad service.
The Better Business Bureau’s ratings were an important step toward increased transparency and accountability for businesses, but social media has given everyone a voice in the marketplace. Nowadays, if a customer has a bad experience at a place of business, all of his friends will read about it on Facebook later that day. Also, many websites like TripAdvisor and Yelp specialize in customer reviews.
So now customers have the opportunity to know before you go. In many settings, it is possible to visit a place of business virtually before going in person. When was the last time you tried a new restaurant without reading the menu online or checking the reviews? Because of the customer-driven climate of today’s marketplace, it makes sense to be wary of businesses that do not offer ready access to their customers’ feedback.
Cassels Garage is West Melbourne was started fifty years ago, before personal computers and cell phones and social media were invented. For decades, we relied upon word of mouth advertising from our highly satisfied customers, but our satisfied customers did spread the word and our business flourished. Now our customers sing our praises on social media. We invite you to join our family of highly satisfied customers.
At Cassels Garage in West Melbourne, we are ready to help keep your cars in good working condition. We are a family-owned shop well equipped to provide routine maintenance or do major repairs on your car. We have been serving Brevard County since 1966.