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  • Death By Headlight- How NOT To Kill Your Car Battery

    Posted on: August 30th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Replacing your car battery is a fact of life for a vehicle owner, but there are steps you can take to prolong the inevitable. There is a reason that when a car battery fails, we say it is dead.  That’s it. Game over. It’s the point of no return. But that doesn’t mean we have […]

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  • 5 Issues Impacting Your Vehicle’s Drivability

    Posted on: August 24th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Sometimes just paying attention to your car can tell you that it’s time to get it in for service.  In Cleveland, between the salt on the roads leaving those potholes we all know and love and the heat and humidity of our summers, there are many factors that can take a toll on your vehicle.  […]

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  • Back To School Car Tips For The College Bound Driver

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

    For many college-bound students, your mechanic resided right down the hallway on the recliner!  But when you leave the nest and head back to your dorm room, you might not have Mom and Dad to stay on top of your car maintenance.  Here are some items to keep in mind in between trips to the […]

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  • Choosing the Right Windshield Wipers

    Posted on: August 8th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Pro-tip: Don’t overlook your wiper blades. This small component of our vehicle serves a very important function, but we rarely think about our wiper blades—until they fail us. When driving in any inclement weather, from snowfall to heavy rain, we cannot drive safely without our wiper blades functioning properly.   How do you know if […]

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  • What to Keep in the College Kid’s Car

    Posted on: August 3rd, 2017 by Andy Fiffick No Comments

    Is your child heading back to campus this fall? While many colleges prohibit students from bringing a vehicle to campus, some Ohio colleges allow students to bring a car with them. Unfortunately, there may be strict rules about parking vehicles far from campus, especially for non-commuters. If you have decided to take your vehicle to […]

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  • 5 Late Summer Road Trips in Northeast Ohio

    Posted on: July 26th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Does your summer vacation already feel like it was months ago? Are you feeling cooped up at home as the summer draws to a close? You may need a late summer getaway. Fortunately, in Northeast Ohio, there are plenty to choose from! Spend a day on the beach. People across the state of Ohio and […]

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  • What you Need to Know About Driving this 4th of July

    Posted on: June 26th, 2017 by Andy Fiffick No Comments

    Happy Independence Day! Nothing quite says summer like the 4th of July holiday which millions will participate in between June 30th and July 4th, 2017. While it is an exciting time, July 4th is one of the most dangerous and deadliest holidays for drivers. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, more people die […]

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  • 4 Easy Car Tips for a Trouble-Free Summer

    Posted on: June 1st, 2017 by Andy Fiffick No Comments

    We all know that feeling of getting into a hot car that has been baking in the sun. We rush to roll down the windows and blast the air. Summer heat is more than just uncomfortable when you get in a car, extreme temperatures are taxing on your vehicle as well. Newer vehicles can handle […]

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  • What Does the Check Engine Light Really Mean?

    Posted on: April 18th, 2017 by radair-admin No Comments

    Many of us are guilty of driving with our check engine light on. If nothing seems to be wrong with the vehicle, we might assume that there’s no real reason to get it checked. Or, we may not feel like spending money for potential repairs. But this is what we need to keep in mind: […]

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  • Essential Tips for Transporting Food on Long Road Trips

    Posted on: November 21st, 2016 by radair-admin No Comments

    It’s November — you know what that means! Time to pile the kids in the car with casserole dishes and pie tins, and it’s off to grandmother’s house you go for the big family Thanksgiving dinner! But if your destination is more than an hour away, your mashed potatoes and stuffing can be susceptible to […]

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