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  • Summer Sun Glare Driving Tips

    Posted on: June 5th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    It’s Time to Trade Those Ski Goggles for Shades! But are they enough to reduce sun glare when you drive? Sun glare is a year-round phenomenon in Cleveland, but we pay a little more attention in the summertime. It’s probably because in the wintertime we can go for weeks at a time without seeing the […]

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  • Running on Low Battery?

    Posted on: May 24th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    Life can drain you sometimes. You work hard and play hard. From dropping the kids at school, to working all day, to dinner with friends, and back home, where you go, your car goes too. You charge your phone in the car, plug in your GPS,  and the kids watch a movie in the backseat. […]

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  • How to Replace a Flat Tire in 10 Steps

    Posted on: May 12th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    We’ve all been there, you are driving in the Cleveland rain, when you hear a loud thump. You hear a flapping noise coming from your tire and feel the steering wheel pull to the left or the right. You pull over and see that what you’ve feared has happened – your tire is flat. No […]

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  • 3 Tell-Tale Signs Your Brakes Need Checked

    Posted on: April 22nd, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    Stop, Look, and Listen: 3 Tell-Tale Signs That Your Brakes Need to Be Checked Did you know that depending on your speed, it can take your car up to 100 yards to come to a complete stop? And that’s assuming that your brakes and tires are in excellent working condition. Even if you don’t know […]

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  • Manager Spotlight: Dave George

    Posted on: March 18th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    Dave George is a fixture with Rad Air. But even after 19 years, he’s still learning every day! 19 years ago, Dave George began working as the manager of the Rad Air location in Garfield, and he’s been a neighborhood car care expert ever since. Many things have changed with vehicles over the years, but […]

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  • 5 Signs You’re Having Valve Train Issues

    Posted on: February 11th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    The valve train isn’t an engine item that lay people throw around all the time, but it can often be responsible for some of the most common noise and knocks that drive car owners into neighborhood car care centers. Simply put, the valve train is the mechanism that causes the valves of your engine to […]

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  • This Odometer Says 539,600 Miles, and It’s Not Photoshopped!

    Posted on: February 4th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    Raise your hand if your car has 100,000 miles.  Keep it raised if you have 200,000 miles. Keep it up for 300,000 miles. By this point, most of you have lowered your hands, and if we were sitting in the same room, you’d be looking around to see who’s left. If you had all of Manager […]

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  • How to Prevent Rust

    Posted on: January 21st, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    There are few things more disappointing than seeing that first spot of rust on your beloved vehicle. Your car was a large investment, and you tried to keep it nice for as long as you could. Unfortunately, the Northeast Ohio winters that brought the icy (and then brine/salt-covered) roads got the best of your vehicle. […]

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  • What Is Antifreeze?

    Posted on: January 7th, 2019 by radair-admin No Comments

    It’s freezing in Cleveland in the winter. It’s not comfortable for you and it’s not comfortable for your car, truck or any vehicle if you don’t take care of it properly. Part of the proper care and maintenance of your vehicle for winter (and all of the other seasons) is ensuring that your car has the […]

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  • Is It Time for Me to Get a Car Alignment?

    Posted on: December 20th, 2018 by radair-admin No Comments

    Cleveland’s potholes are notorious, so much so that we wrote about them around Halloween and described them as pothole monsters. They get hungrier and hungrier in the wintertime and the salt we use to make roads safer to traverse eats through the concrete and makes holes big enough to swallow your car. So how do […]

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