Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Effect of Cold Weather on a Car Battery

In the winter, car batteries discharge quicker than they do in the summer because it is cold outside. You may know that batteries lose capacity as the temperature drops. However, you may not know why this happens. Car batteries create an electric current when a connection is made between its positive and negative terminals. The[Read more…]

Do You Need to Warm Up Your Car?

When we’re learning how to drive, we’re all told to warm up our cars before we drive. However, this isn’t necessarily the case. While it’s true that cars with a carburetor, which haven’t been made since the 1980s, need to be warmed up for at least 5 minutes, cars with modern internal combustion engines do[Read more…]