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Tips for buying batteries

Check the following when you buy a new battery

1. Ensure your current battery has failed. Sometimes, your vehicle's electrical system could have a problem. Hence find out the root cause of the problem (call us or your mechanic to check the root cause of the problem).

2.Refer battery group size recommended by your manufacturer in the vehicle manual. Battery group size indicates the battery size that will best fit the physical dimensions of your vehicle. Many vehicles can accommodate more than one group size.

3.Before fitting the new battery, check the electrical system of your vehicle.

4.Check the cranking voltage which should be more than 9.8 volts across the battery terminal.

5.Check the alternator charging voltage which should be between 13.8V - 14.5V across the battery terminal.

Look for a hassle free warranty

1.Make sure to ask the shop keeper how long is the full replacement warranty period. The warranty period for Private use and Commercial use are different. This will help you avoid any surprises while claiming for replacement.

2. Make sure to keep the Warranty Card and a copy of the sales receipt. These will be very helpful to speed up warranty claims just in case you encounter problem during the warranty period.

Consider value as well as price

1.You might want to get professional advice, for which you can walk into your nearest Amaron store. The Amaron team would be glad to offer you assistance, as well as hassle-free installation and service. Always remember when you buy an Amaron product, you get the best value. Purchase a new battery before your existing one fails.

2.Before you take a long trip, or when you are having your car serviced, make sure your battery gets tested. Monitor your battery on a regular basis; it will help you make a purchase decision before you are stuck with a dead battery!. It will save you a lot of time and money down the road. Always insist on the right battery model for your application. Ask for the product selection chart, check the model of battery that is specified for your vehicle/application and then buy the product.

Consider the old battery disposal

Ensure that your battery is not disposed of in any manner other than by depositing it with the local dealer manufacturer registered recycler or at the designated collection centers. What's more, you get paid for being a responsible citizen! Your dealer will pay you for the dead battery or deduct from the new battery price!