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Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Cold weather is upon us and it is especially hard on car batteries. According to AAA's Automotive Research Center, at 0°F, a car's battery loses about 60 percent of its strength and at 32°F it loses 35 percent. During cold temperatures starting an engine can take up to twice as much current as needed under normal conditions. It is advisable to have your battery tested, as well as your starting and charging systems prior to the deep cold of winter. Be sure to keep jumper cables, blankets and additional clothing in your vehicle in case of an emergency. Visit our website under literature and downloads for Battery Care and Maintenance information or call the experts at Harris Battery Company for battery replacements. #automotive #batteries #maintenance