How Weather Changes Your Battery Efficiency

If you go out to your car on a cold morning and it has trouble starting, this is because the cold weather makes it harder on your battery. It takes some power to start your car, and a battery that sits all night in the cold is going to be sluggish.

When your battery is already not optimal, the cold weather can completely cause your battery to die. Cold weather can reduce the efficiency of your battery by 50%, making it hard to start your car if your battery is struggling. In hot weather, your battery will end up corroding faster than normal because it is working extra hard.

Your car battery should be maintained to make sure it is running as it should be. Avoid getting stuck on the side of the road with a dead battery by visiting Mullen Motors and bringing your car in for maintenance.

 

 

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