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Duluth, GA 30096

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Battery Replacements In Duluth, GA

Batteries Keep Your Vehicle's Engine and Electronics Running

Battery Replacement in Duluth, GA!

We Service Any Make or Model

Battery Failures Are The Leading Cause of Vehicle Breakdowns 

Every battery that is produced will eventually need to be replaced even if they are rechargeable like car batteries. This is why battery failures cause more vehicle breakdowns than any other part of an automobile. We offer a wide variety of battery brands and types to choose from to make sure your back on the road in no time.

We have listed some warning signs of battery failure and when you should look into getting a replacement:

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Frequently Asked Questions About Battery Replacements

We receive quite a few questions about battery replacement, maintenance, and what to look out for so you don’t end up stranded due to a dead battery. Below are some of the questions we receive to give you some information on vehicle batteries.

Your vehicles battery life depends on a lot of different factors. This includes it’s ability to hold a charge and recharge on day to day use. Humidity, temperature fluctuations, and other environmental based factors can cause battery life to change. However on average batteries tend to last 4 to 5 years.

While the average life span of a battery is around 4 1/2 years, this can be shortened drastically due to battery drainage. This can be cause by leaving your headlights or interior lights on, a failing alternator which is responsible for recharging your battery, and overall age can cause battery drainage and acid leaks.

Your vehicles battery size will be determined by the make and model as well as the size of your engine. Batteries are split into groups based on size and there are also different brands and types within those groups. Our mechanics will help you pick the perfect battery to fit your vehicle.

Industry standard vehicles use 12-volt electrical systems, but hybrid and electric vehicles use a much higher voltage electrical system.

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