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Are your tires safe?

Where the rubber meets the road—your tires—is important to maintain for your driving safety, especially here in Northeast Ohio, where nearly half the year sees below freezing temperatures. It’s a good idea to know the tread depth of your tires. In Ohio, we recommend replacing them if they get under 4/32nd of an inch to keep from...

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Bill Snow and the team at Rad Air of Wickliffe honored for helping to preserve the planet

Over the past decade, the automotive industry has made great strides in energy and water conservation, the reduction of greenhouse emissions and recycling. Here at Rad Air of Wickliffe, we are taking like measures to proactively preserve and protect the environment. For instance, we throw an annual Document Shred Day in partnership with...

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Safety for young drivers

Anyone who has children that drive is all too familiar with this scenario: After not driving the kids’ car for months, you take it to get gas and notice it’s making a funny noise or the “check engine” light is on. You mention this to your child and he or she replies, “That’s been going on for a while.” This month, as families...

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Engine coolant is as important in the summer as it is in the winter

This month, greater Clevelanders can expect some of the hottest temperatures of the year. But while you flock to the beaches, pools and ice cream trucks to stay cool, you may also want to think about keeping your car’s temperature in a safe zone. Antifreeze, or engine coolant, does double-duty functions, keeping your radiator from freezing...

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Make sure your vehicle is prepared before you hit the road

Thanks to surpassed vaccination numbers and lowered restrictions, the green light is officially on for the Great American Road Trip. Whether you’re exploring trails, beaches, parks or mountains, making sure your vehicle is well prepared is important. Driving for long stretches, and on terrain your automobile is not accustomed to, can...

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