After a while your Lada just doesn't start the way it used to. If it takes a few panicked turns of the ignition to get your engine roaring into life on those chilly winter mornings you may need to consider replacing your battery. Most people take their battery for granted, but it is a little known fact that replacing your battery is a great way to rejuvenate a car which is sluggish to start.
If you are a frequent car user making several short trips a day then you could be causing your battery more wear than you think! Devouring current with power hungry gadgets isn't doing your battery any favours either, and this coupled with multiple short trips will soon have your battery wearing out. It is recommended that you replace your battery at least every 3 years, so if it has been a while since you last replaced your car's battery, why not give it a go?
A low-end battery will cost roughly £50-60. These batteries are fine if you don't make much use of in-car entertainment systems, or the battery draining heating system, but if you are a frequent user of these systems, as well as making several short trips a day, it may be advisable to opt for a better quality battery. A high quality replacement battery for your Lada will come in at around £100. This might seem a bit pricey at first, but when you consider that on average they tend to last 5-6 years, whereas the lower quality batteries last just 2-3 years, it really isn't a bad deal!
So if it's been a while since you last changed your car battery, why not give it a go? It could have your Lada roaring back into life with one turn of the ignition for years to come.