High Temperatures Draining Your Battery

When you're driving in the summer months, you might notice that it feels like there is an added strain on your vehicle. This is often because high temperatures play a factor in how well your battery functions. The heat can begin to decrease the voltage in the battery, which can make it difficult to start or hold a charge.

Land Rover Roaring Fork can test your battery each year to determine if there is still enough charge left for another summer season or if it might need to be replaced. Most batteries will last about three to five years if they are properly maintained.

In order to decrease your risk of being stuck without a vehicle, you can try to park your car in a shady area when you're traveling in Glenwood Springs. Another way to save your battery would be to avoid using the air in your car unless it's absolutely necessary or until your car's engine has had a chance to warm up after it's been running.

 

 

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