Car Battery

Your car’s battery is one of the most important things under the hood. It helps keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It helps you listen to your favorite songs and helps keep you safe by alerting you when your seat belt isn’t fastened. And, more importantly, without it, your car… Read More


When your vehicles are out and about during the winter, one of the worst things that can happen is a dead battery. Cold weather can take a massive toll on your vehicle fleet’s batteries. Car engines require energy and power in the form of heat to kick-start. As you can imagine, to compensate for the… Read More


As much as we may not want to think about it, winter driving season is right around the corner. Freezing temperatures, icy roads and heavy snowfall all add up to extra driving hazards, whether you are taking a long trip, or running errands in your neighborhood. Get ready for winter driving with these simple winter… Read More


Winter driving presents serious challenges for your fleet, particularly in the Midwest or northern areas of the U.S. Freezing temperatures mean heavy snowfall and icy roads, which create dangerous road conditions and challenges for even the most experienced drivers. While it is impossible to avoid winter driving, preparing for your fleet will go a long… Read More


Summer heat can wreak serious havoc on your car battery.  Before you find yourself stranded in the hot sun, give some time and attention to summer car battery care. When temperatures climb, the battery’s current conducting grids corrode faster, reducing its service life. The rate of sulfation (sulfate development on battery electrodes as the battery discharges)… Read More


A dead car battery is a major inconvenience that can strike at any time. As the temperatures get colder, the likelihood of a dead car battery increases, since low temperatures cause batteries to become more sluggish. Fortunately, a jump start is usually all it takes to revive a dead battery. It is important to be… Read More


Did you know that summer heat can increase in the rate at which your battery deteriorates? As the temperature rises, the current conducting grids corrode faster, reducing battery life. Summer heat also increase the rate of sulfation, which refers to the lead sulfate that develops on both electrodes as the battery discharges. Sulfation can eventually lead… Read More


Did you know that summer heat can take a serious toll on car batteries? When it comes to batteries, people expect problems to strike during the harsh winter months. In reality, temperature extremes on both ends of the spectrum can be detrimental to car batteries. Some of the problems hot weather can cause for car… Read More