Technology Could Be Preventing Your Car From Starting

Wednesday, 25. February 2015

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It seems that according to a survey carried out by Kwik Fit 52% of drivers don’t get their batteries checked at all during the vulnerable winter period. With low temperatures likely to be with us for a little while, battery issues will continue to be the main cause of  breakdowns and starting issues.

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The biggest use resulting in battery drainage is using the car to charge devices such as smartphones, tablets, sat navs and laptops. Sapping the energy from the battery could mean that the extra power needed to start a car in cold weather just may not be there.
It also seems that 36% of drivers believe that the only time a battery needs to be checked is during an MOT when in fact the MOT does not cover the full battery operation. As a guide one in five batteries are over 5 years old which is the age when batteries are generally needed to be replaced. By Graham Hill
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