Car Battery Troubles

Temperatures are well below freezing and when that happens some of us struggle to get our cars running.
 

O'Reilly Auto Parts employee, Steven Nunez describes this time of year as the season of new batteries.

Nunez says that it's common for batteries to be slow to start up when it's this cold, but there are things you can do to make sure your battery is good to go.

His first recommendation is to get your car battery checked yearly, especially when the winter months approach.

If you notice you're car is taking a while to start, that might be sign to get it checked out or even get a new one.

If you're car isn't starting at all, he says don't keep trying because you could damage other parts of the car.

"Having the right voltage in your vehicle is awesome you know everything will work properly, you're not having to stress out your alternator for giving out more voltage than it needed," said Steven Nunez, Assistant Store Manager.

Nunez adds that batteries have been selling very quickly.


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