Driving takes all of our concentration at the best of times. Driving in the rain is much more difficult. In wet conditions, it’s imperative to understand how to safely manoeuvre your vehicle and avoid weather related car accidents.
It’s important to have a healthy car battery. The purpose of a car battery is to power all the electrical systems in the vehicle, including the alternator which allows the engine to start up and then the alternator powers the rest of the vehicles electrical systems which in return charges the car battery. In this blog post we tell you all you need to know about your car’s battery, so you can do your best to ensure it is kept in good shape.
Most importantly, know the average lifespan of your car’s battery. This can vary due to exposure to extreme heat or cold but you should typically replace your car’s battery every three to five years. Find a few battery maintenance tips below:
How do you know if the battery needs to be replaced?
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Good car maintenance helps you avoid disasters and permanent damage to your car. The good news is, you don’t have to be a mechanic to recognise when your car is out of shape, all you need to do is use your senses – sight, hearing, smell and touch.