AAA: If you are stuck at home, you can start your car to ensure the battery is safe

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AAA: If you are stuck at home, you can start your car to ensure the battery is safe

Posted: Mar 26, 2020 / 02:34 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 26, 2020 / 02:34 PM EDT

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – As people stay home during the Coronavirus epidemic, many cars remain on the road and in the parking lot for days without moving.

For some drivers, this results in a dead battery, which is the last thing drivers need when trying to get out of stock and other important services, not to mention car needs for an emergency.

AAA reminds drivers, who work from home and do social distractions, to always go out and start their cars, and to run around the neighborhood to make batteries. get a good job.

AAA was considered an important task, so our artisans could conduct battery testing in the form of drivers with large cell phone batteries.

Drivers should be aware of the signal that the car battery is approaching the end of its life. Here are some things to look for:

  • Cars slow down when you are about to start
  • Music, press or exit when the switch is turned off
  • The car has stopped
  • The hair is dehydrated while working, and shines when the driver checks the engine.
  • Battery over three years

Drivers need to be alert – if their car starts well, but has not driven it in a while, they will drive it a few days to make sure the battery is powered.