Battery Care for the Winter

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Taking care of the battery for your vehicle is important. If you do not follow proper maintenance inspections or schedules, you increase the chance of an unexpected breakdown happening. This will end up costing you more in the long run because of extra time, money, and stress that you will have to deal with. If you are not sure how often you should come in for regular maintenance for your vehicle, make sure to contact us. We will be able to advise you on a schedule, as well setting one up to follow. Not only is care of the battery important in winter, but overall care of the vehicle should be followed. read more

Why Battery Inspections are Important for the Vehicle

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Battery Inspections

All inspections that the vehicle needs to have done are important. If you are not sure when this should be done, contact us. We can advise and recommend when all inspections and maintenance should be done for the vehicle. This should also include the inspecting the battery. Getting ready for the cold winter temperatures can increase the reliability of the battery in the long run. You will not wait until the last minute when it comes to having your vehicle repaired and fixed.

Signs of an Issue

Some signs of battery failure can be obvious while others can be subtle. The most common sign is if the vehicle becomes difficult to start. No matter what the weather or temperature is, if the vehicle is hard to start, the battery could be to blame. When the vehicle is not starting correctly, it could also be a result of the alternator or starter. Having it professionally inspected can help to be aware of any issues or problems that it might have. When these are noticed early on, then they can be repaired quickly. If you have constant issues with the vehicle trying to start, schedule an appointment to bring the vehicle in as soon as possible. read more

Cold Temperatures Affect the Battery

The winter weather can cause issues for your vehicle over time. Colder temperatures will cause some parts to become hard and brittle. When you drive in winter, try not to hit anything too hard or too fast. This can end up damaging or breaking parts of your vehicle. Just because you see a snow drift, you should not assume that is soft and light weight snow. The temperatures can also affect the battery of your vehicle. It will have a harder time of charging up and starting your vehicle. There also might be situations where you start the vehicle, but you will not be able to keep it running. read more