Winter and Summer Both Take a Toll

It's popular belief that your car battery is only affected in the winter. But both seasons can weaken a healthy battery. It's important to take steps before the seasons change to make sure your battery is at full strength.

Winter extreme temperatures weaken a battery by requiring the battery work twice as hard as it would under normal temperatures. The chemical make-up of your battery is altered in cold temperatures. On top of oil that becomes thicker causing the engine to pull more on the battery, the chemicals in the battery weaken your battery.

Hot weather evaporates the battery fluids causing permanent weakening of battery strength. The important key is to make sure you test the battery yourself, or have a professional take a look before either of the extreme seasons begin.

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