How do you know if your car needs a new battery? Over time, your battery will naturally lose its charging capability.
There are several early indication warning signs that your battery could be on its way out
- If your car takes longer to start and appears sluggish
- Low level indication of battery fluid
- Leaking battery
- Simply old age!
Our specialist equipment can assess the health and condition of your battery and will identify any underlying battery faults.
For peace of mind, simply call in for your FREE battery health check
DID YOU KNOW….
….that your car battery is the only source of power which is used for getting your car started?
AND DID YOU ALSO KNOW….
….that on those cold, frosty winter mornings, a fully charged battery loses around 35% of its power?
Deficient and faulty batteries are the No.1 reason for breakdown calls in the UK. With this in mind, it’s vitally important that you maintain a good healthy battery if you want to avoid becoming a roadside breakdown statistic.
SO, WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO LOSE?
If you have any concerns about your car battery pop in and see us and get it checked whilst you wait – It’s FREE after all!!
With the advancement of ‘in car’ technology, this also puts an extra drain on your car’s battery. If you are experiencing difficulty starting your car, switch off as many of the following along with any in car music entertainment you may be running and try and start the vehicle again.
LTS stock an extensive range of batteries which will fit the vast majority of cars and light commercial vehicles. You can order your replacement battery online, give one of our technical experts a call on 01295 297 222 or call in to your nearest LTS centre.
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