DID YOU KNOW…
…a car battery loses a third of its power in freezing weather? Why? Because as the air outside cools, the oil in your car thickens. Parts move slower and your battery has to use more power to turn over and start the engine.
If the temperature drops to zero or below, your battery has only HALF its power. Scary stuff, right?
Here are a few quick tips on how to avoid that moment when you turn the key in the ignition and nothing happens.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
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