Are all car batteries the same? In brief, they are not. Learn more about the different types of batteries available and what your car might need.
If you turn your vehicle’s key and nothing happens, you’ll need to know how to charge a car battery. Here we’ll describe how and when to do so.
If you purchase an electric vehicle, you’ll be plugging it in. Before you make that purchase, make sure you understand the electric car plug types.
Can you jump-start a lawnmower? The answer is maybe and, if so, carefully. Read on to find out how to get your tractor up and running.
What is a trickle charger, and why might you need one? Learn more here about this clever device that keeps batteries of rarely used vehicles charged.
Your car battery is weak and you don’t know what is draining it. Likely, a combination of reasons is a factor here, including extreme weather and your driving habits. With care, you can extend battery life beyond the usual few years that it’s expected to last. We’ll take a look at how to preserve car battery life in an effort to reduce the risk of you someday becoming stranded.
Why do car batteries corrode? We help you keep your charging system in top shape with these tips.
Your car battery is critical to keeping your vehicle running. It sends power to the starter to turn over the engine and receives generated electricity from the alternator to maintain power. If you’re able to extend the life of your car battery, you may avoid an untimely failure. Most car batteries’ lifetimes range from three to five years…
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The winter will zap your battery fast if you’re not careful! Before you’re forced to tow, read up on proper cold-weather battery care.