Dead Batteries: Not Just for Las Vegas Summer

Dead Batteries: Not Just For Las Vegas Summers

Anyone that has lived in Las Vegas more than a few years will tell you that our extreme heat in the summer will increase the frequency of dead batteries. But if you think that Las Vegas summer heatwaves will kill your battery, don’t forget about our harsh winters. While most Las Vegas natives will tell you that dead batteries are common in the summer the fact of the matter is that dead batteries are more common during winter months.

3 Reasons Your Battery Will Die During the Winter

  1. Power Output Drops
  2. Ability to Recharge Drops
  3. Load Increase Means More Battery Usage

To be sure that your battery has enough charge to turn your car on this winter, be sure to have it checked next time you have your oil changed at Hi Star Auto Center.

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