It’s very common to find yourself having car troubles during winter months. Especially when extreme low temperatures hit Canada, you may notice more and more problems. Metals tend to shrink, tires will often deflate, oil gets thicker etc…Let’s take a closer look at these issues and most importantly, the solutions.
One common issue car owners face during winter is having a dead battery. The car battery tends to be the most affected by cold weather. So if your car won’t start during winter, there’s a high chance the battery is dead. The ideal situation is that the battery isn’t completely dead and it’s easily fixed with jumper cables. But if your battery is dead, dead. Then you’ll need a new battery. There are a few great ways to prevent this from happening. You’ll want to make sure you maintain the battery connections clean, free of corrosion and also make sure it’s tight. If you live in an area where it gets very cold, you may want to look into a battery warmer.
Make an appointment with us today for a Car Battery Service. Our service includes running a computerized battery test, based on the results we can take the appropriate steps. We also provide replacement of a new car battery, and we can dispose of the existing battery for you. This service includes the cleaning of the battery, making sure the battery-cable terminals are free from corrosion.