How to Help Your Car Go Green This St. Patty’s Day

March 14, 2018

St. Patty’s Day is always a good time in Cleveland.  Downtown Cleveland plays host to one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country.  Everyone gets to be Irish for a day and celebrate.  But in the automotive industry, going green means something else, and the pros at Rad Air are committed to taking care of our customers and taking care of the environment.  So here are some things you can do, with some help from the team at your local Rad Air, to keep your car green this St. Patty’s Day. Erin Go Bragh!

Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated.

Using less gas means less harm to the environment.  You will use less gas if your tires are properly inflated.  Not only that, your car will perform better, and also be safer for you to drive.

Get Regular Maintenance.

A properly maintained car will give off fewer emissions, and that means your car will be safer for the environment.  Make sure to set up a regular maintenance schedule with your Rad Air pros today, so your car is always running as efficiently as possible.

Don’t Idle For More Than a Minute.

By now you might have heard about the Ohio rule that states if you leave your vehicle running and unattended for more than a minute you could face a ticket. This rule is intended to make your car less of a threat to the environment. Don’t leave your car running when you go into a store, and if you are stuck in traffic and not moving, you should turn it off as well.

Use Your Air Conditioner Less.

You probably aren’t using your air conditioning in March—but then again, it’s Cleveland, so you never know. Just keep this in mind for any unseasonably warm days.  Less air conditioning means fewer emissions.  Enjoy the wind breezing through your hair next time we have a hot streak!

Visit the Pros at Rad Air for a Winter Maintenance Visit to ensure that your car is running at its peak. Not only will it save you money on gas and repairs, but it will also save the environment as well.  Go Green with the team at Rad Air.