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Difference Between Electric Car Batteries and Standard Car Batteries

Jack Dreyer | Friday 11th February 2022 11:30am

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Electric car batteries and standard car batteries have their fair share of differences. Learn all about what they are in our latest blog.

Why is a Car Battery More Likely to Die in the Winter?

Jack Dreyer | Monday 10th January 2022 12:11pm

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Ever wondered why your battery dies in the winter but never seems to struggle in the summer? Read on to find out more about seasonal battery health.

All you need to know about car batteries

Bradley Jando | Thursday 2nd September 2021 12:06pm

Car Battery with Jump Start Leads Connected to Terminals

Car batteries are essential when it comes to starting and running a car, but how long do they last, and how do you tell when yours needs replacing?

Looking After Your Car Battery During Lockdown

Bradley Jando | Tuesday 31st March 2020 11:39am

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With the uncertainty surrounding the current Coronavirus situation many drivers are worried about how to look after their car batteries. Kwik Fit offers some advice to help to ease your concerns.

How to Change a Car Battery

Bradley Jando | Wednesday 5th February 2020 12:03pm

man changing a car battery and removing the old one

If your vehicle wont turn over, it could be due to a flat battery that needs changing. Find out how to do that in this helpful guide from Kwik Fit.




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