If your car won't start we've got tips on how you can recharge your battery and get going again.
Your battery's main purpose is to get the engine started. When your engine sounds sluggish or it's not catching at all, most times a discharged battery is the culprit. We've got some tips on how to charge a car battery so the heart of your car stays pumping.
If you turn your key and … nothing happens, it's likely you've got a discharged battery. To avoid being caught out there's some ways you can tell your battery might fail before it does:
Depending on the state of your car battery it could pay to do a quick recharge. If the battery looks a little worse for wear, it may be time to get a new battery.
Follow our tips on how to use a car battery charger:
Once the charger is connected it can take up to 24 hours to fully charge a flat battery.Modern smart chargers have a light to indicate when the battery is fully charged.
If you're stranded and need a jump-start you can call Roadside Assistance to get going again. It can pay to have a professional come out who can diagnose if it's a flat battery or something more sinister.
Remember, it can take a full 24 hours to charge a flat battery. Modern smart chargers have a light to indicate when the battery is fully charged.
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