As the temperature drops, it can sometimes be difficult to start your car. This is because cold weather has a tendency to affect battery life and make cars more prone to not starting. The colder the temperature outside, the more likely it becomes that you will have problems with your vehicle's battery. In this blog post we'll talk about what happens when temperatures drop below freezing so you know how best to prepare for winter!

Cold does have an impact on batteries, but that doesn't mean you should go running out and spend a bunch of money. There are some things that you can do to keep your car in check during the winter, so let's look at some simple solutions.

Regular wet cell batteries are more likely to not work in cold weather, and you should consider replacing them with a calcium or gel-cell battery if you live somewhere where the temperature drops below freezing regularly.


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