The Effects of Severe Weather on a Car Battery

The longer that you have been driving your car with the same battery, the better chance severe weather has impacted the internal components and could lead to a failure. This is what your car battery has to endure through each of the seasons.

As the temperatures keep dropping, the liquids that are inside the car battery are getting thicker. As the temperatures keep dropping, the casing begins to expand, and the internal parts of the car battery could be damaged so bad they cannot be repaired. In the summer, as the temperatures reach dangerous levels, so too will those chemicals reach a tipping point and start evaporating. If any of the chemicals are compromised, then the battery must work even harder to be able to turn over the engine.

Take a few minutes from your day to visit our service center at Piazza Honda of Reading, so we can inspect your car battery before any trouble happens.

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