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Cheap Car Battery Buying Guide

by Jonshon Matthew Consultant

When your car battery goes down or does not run anymore, it may be asking for a new one. If you prefer having it repaired, however, you may do so too, but you must find a highly reliable and efficient battery store for that. All in all, a dead or malfunctioning battery can cause a lot of misdoings and should be replaced or repaired per the need.

Replacing a car battery that does not function well or repairing one that is working dismally is advisable if your vehicle has to keep running. To most people, repairing what they have maybe better if the budget does not allow them to buy a new battery. However, you may also get a cheap car battery depending on your budget.

How to Buy New Car Battery

Before visiting a car battery store to replace your old one, you should research for tips first. Also, check with your trusted mechanic for advice on the right steps to take. In addition, follow the tips below:

·         Fresh Car Battery

Whether it is a car or motorcycle batteries, fresh ones make it count compared to refurbished ones unless the budget dictates otherwise. To be on the safe side here, check the stamps on the batteries in stock on your store and look for the ones that are less than six months old. The prices for the older ones may be slightly low, but the batteries might die sooner.

·         Sealed or Non-Sealed Batteries

Also, consider whether you want a sealed or non-sealed battery depending on your preferences and future projections. A sealed battery is more advantageous in this case, as it requires little to no maintenance. The sealed ones, however, are not good for warm climates as you cannot change or add water to them while the unsealed ones allow for a water change, thereby making them fit for the summer season or warmer climates.

·         Choose the Right Battery Size

Each car is designed to use a battery with a specific size to it. When hunting for a replacement to your old one, ensure to check with the carmaker or consult their manuals. The manuals usually have specifics for car and battery sizes.

Lastly, remember you want a battery that can serve you for longer compared to the old one. Therefore, you should research widely and ask for recommendations on the best options.


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