Sometimes, it is easy to miss what is right in front of our noses. We get all caught up in our day-to-day lives and we miss the signs that something might be off. Is your vehicle one of those things you’ve kind of forgotten about? Well, this week we will be talking about some super simple telltale signs that it might be time to put your old vehicle to rest. Read on!
Road Trip! Road Trip! Road Trip! This is another week of our road trip entertainment series! We at Cassels Garage want you to fill up the rest of your summer with trips and adventures. We also want to make sure you are entertained while you are stuck in the car on your journey. So, this week we have put together a couple of entertainment ideas for your summer road trip/journey! Enjoy!
Driving down the highway, you look down and see your fuel warning light is on. Do you pull over as soon as you see a gas station or are you one of those people who push it to the absolute limit? We are all guilty of pushing our car to the limit from time to time. However, there are some people that always wait till they are running on fumes before filling up. You may think running your car on empty is not a big deal, but it can be dangerous and can cause damage to your car. In general, you should always try to maintain at least a ¼ of a tank full at all times.
As we near the end of the summer season and slowly transition into the fall/school season, you may be putting quite a few miles on your car. The busy school year is here and this time of year usually includes many trips to and from school, grocery stores, and or after school activities. So, what happens when you are on your way and suddenly your car breaks down or you blow a tire? What do you do then? You may think you know what you will do in these circumstances but it never hurts to be prepared with a plan, just in case of emergency. Cassels Garage is here to offer the people of Brevard County, FL and beyond some advice on what to do when they are in a situation and are in need of assistance. Read on for more information.
Whether you do some of your own repairs or have it all done at a garage, misdiagnosis can be costly in several ways. Doing the wrong repair can affect the performance and safety of your vehicle. There are few things that are more frustrating than spending time on money on repairs that are not necessary. Not only have you wasted time or money on the unnecessary work, the original problem remains and still needs to be fixed.