Is Extreme Weather Causing Serious Issues with Your Car Battery?

If you notice it takes longer to start your car in the morning, it might be an indication that extreme weather has finally taken its toll on the car battery.

When the heat becomes unbearable, it is causing havoc inside the car battery too. The chemicals could start to evaporate, and that means that there will be less to ignite the chemical reaction needed to get the car started and power all your devices. Running the headlights, powering the doors and windows, and making certain the charging stations are working will get more challenging.

If the temperatures get too far below freezing, the chemicals freeze and cause the casing of the car battery to begin to expand. This damage is irreversible, and it is only a matter of time before the battery fails.

Be sure to take time to come to our service center at Piazza Honda of Springfield to have our team give your car battery a complete checkup.

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