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  • 5 Ways to be a Great Car Owner

    Posted on: May 15th, 2017 by Andy Fiffick No Comments

    Motorists often feel a great sense of pride when it comes to their vehicles. Whether your own or lease your car, it is a good idea to treat it right. A car that is taken care of will reward you with longevity and reliability. If you are a first time car owner or just looking for ways to […]

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  • How to Drive Safely in the Rain

    Posted on: April 11th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    We hear a lot of reminders about safe driving in the snow and ice, especially here in the Cleveland area. We don’t talk as much about driving safely in the rain, though it is equally important. Now that spring is here, we’re at a greater risk of heavy downpours and strong rain storms. It is […]

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  • Ultimate Road Trip Checklist for Your Car

    Posted on: April 4th, 2017 by radair-admin 1 Comment

    Your bags are packed, your destination address is loaded in the GPS, plenty of snacks and drinks are chilling in a cooler, an iPod full of tunes is charging, and a variety of toys and games are stocked away for the kids. You’re ready for your road trip! But is your car? The quickest way […]

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  • It’s Spring! …Cleaning Time for Your Car

    Posted on: March 20th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    In the midst of winter here in Cleveland, we tend to ignore the cleanliness of our vehicles. Until spring arrives, we try not to see the remnants of wet, dirty snow and debris matted into every nook and cranny, the salt stains scattered across our floor mats, or the dust that has built up in […]

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  • How to Extend the Life of Your Tires

    Posted on: March 9th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    In many ways, your car’s tires do the hardest work—they actually keep the car moving down the road. Ignoring your tires can be bad news for your vehicle and can lead to premature tire replacement. These tips will help you extend the life of your tires. Check the pressure. Get into the habit of checking […]

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  • Ways to Prevent Rust From Road Salt

    Posted on: March 5th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Road salt helps keep us safe as we travel local roads and highways in poor weather conditions—but it sure can do a number on our vehicles. Salt is used because it lowers the water’s freezing point, melting any ice that has formed and preventing further ice buildup. Unfortunately, salt can cause corrosion and rust on […]

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  • Special Features of Hybrid Vehicles

    Posted on: February 27th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    A commuter city like Cleveland has a lot of cars on the road, and that can mean a lot of pollution in the sky.  It’s not uncommon for someone to drive from Akron to somewhere far away, like Strongsville or Solon for work, releasing carbon dioxide along the way.  Hybrid cars have gained popularity over […]

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  • Removing Salt Stains from Car Carpeting

    Posted on: February 21st, 2017 by radair-admin 1 Comment

    There is nothing more unsightly than crusty white salt stains on your car’s cloth carpeting and upholstery after a long winter’s drive in Northeast Ohio. It might seem impossible to clean the interior of your car after a particularly sloppy winter, but we have a foolproof way of cleaning those pesky stains: vinegar. Because road […]

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  • A Valentine’s Love Letter to Your Car

    Posted on: February 14th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Most of us rely on our vehicles every single day, depending on them to transport us and our families safely to and from work, school, and wherever we need to go. This Valentine’s Day, what if we all wrote love letters to our cars? It might read something like this… Dearest Axle, I’ve loved you […]

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  • Tips for Keeping Your Car Clean During the Winter

    Posted on: February 2nd, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Slush. Ice. Cinders. Salt. Winter sure is a sloppy time for the roadways in Northeast Ohio, and no one is a stranger to the mess of dirty, melting snow. It often seems like our cars get the worst of it. Either all of the snow and sludge collects on our shoes and ends up in […]

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