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1. It is better to be safe than sorry

1. It is better to be safe than sorry 2. Attach it very well 3. Don't get too excited with the party. 4. Learn to recharge it yourself 5. Just in case you go on a trip 6. Pay Attention 7. Time to replace the battery 8. Forget the idea of fixing it 9. And if you have to ask for a warranty?
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1. It is better to be safe than sorry

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There are many factors that affect the life of the battery. To begin with, the most important piece of advice is that the electrical system of the vehicle must work well. The battery is a piece of equipment that accumulates energy required by all the electrical components in the car to allow it to function. In other words, it is what starts the car and makes the ignition as well as the fuel pumps work. But it also supplies energy to other equipment that functions even if the car is turned off such as the radio or the lights. If something fails in all this electrical system, the battery, which is the heart of the system, will also begin to fail. Prevention is number one. A complete periodic electrical revision of the car is the first thing that must be taken into account to make sure that the battery does not fail before its normal life cycle is complete. The useful life of a battery cannot be measured with great precision, because it all depends on the use and the general condition of your car. But if all works well and you have a vehicle that is used to going to and from work or just going out for rides around town, the battery may last three (3) years.