The common consensus experts have on how often to replace a car battery is at an interval of 4-5 years. However, there is a lot more that goes into it. Learn more about how to test a car battery, how much is a replacement car battery, and how to know if your car battery needs to be replaced from the Ocean Honda service team below.
Clearwater area commuters should take these warning signs below seriously and schedule a service if any of these situations occur:
DIY Tampa area drivers can follow these methods to test their battery at home:
The Headlight Test:
Digital Multimeter Test:
The typical car battery cost will run you between $75 and $120,and you may pay up to $200 for premium vehicles. Hybrid car batteries tend to be a little more nuanced and will require you to fork over between $1000-$6000, but this is offset by the lack of gas consumption that is associated with these vehicles.
Now that you have learned how often to replace a car battery, be sure to stop by our service center near Wesley Chapel to keep your vehicle in pristine condition. Our service specialists will let you know about our limited time service specials to help you save money. Contact us for more information!
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