Batteries Don't Work Well in Hot or Cold Temperatures

To keep your car's battery in good condition, keep it charged during cold weather conditions. When temperatures get extremely hot, make sure that the electrolyte is topped off when necessary. Keeping a battery charged will reduce the temperature at which is can no longer start.

Topping off the electrolyte is important in hot weather because it can evaporate and result in significant battery damage. Hot weather can both improve a battery's performance and shorten its life at the same time. This is because it will eventually overheat and stop working properly. In cold weather, batteries are at risk of dying because of the additional accessories used to keep the car free from ice and snow.

Contact our dealership today for all of your maintenance needs. We can test your battery, replace it or take care of any other mechanical issues that your vehicle may be experiencing.

 

 

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