Tips on Battery Replacement
When it’s time to have your foreign vehicle’s battery replaced here is a tip: Ask for copy of the failed battery test. Most repair shops have a print out with test summary results. Also, make sure your invoice states the warranty details since most batteries are pro-rated after the first year. Lastly, the electronics on most cars (foreign, European, luxury, and domestic) are active even when the car is shut off so it’s important to drive the vehicle at least every 2-3 days to prevent extreme lows in battery charge condition.
If your in the Valdosta area and think your specialty vehicle is having battery issues, then call Pete’s Otto at 229-247-6886 and arrange to stop by and have your Battery and electrical systems checked. Our expert mechanics are happy to help you with your battery replacement needs.