Is Your Car Battery Ready for Winter?

When selecting your next new car, having the most information can make the decision. Today our team wants to take a look at the battery in your vehicle.

While winter can be a typical time for dead batteries, hot summer temperatures can also have an impact. Temperatures above 77 degrees Fahrenheit can decrease the life of your battery. Freezing temperatures, on the other hand, can decrease the battery capacity. On average it can drop around 20 percent, and colder temperatures can cut it even further to 50 percent.

Keeping your battery fully charged in the winter can help keep the battery from freezing. When you have battery issues or any other service needs, we encourage you to bring it into our service team to get your car back on the road.

 

 

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