Is your car's battery starting to let you down? If it is taking more and more turns of the ignition to get started in the mornings then perhaps it is time to do something about it. A battery which is past its best is a major cause of cars failing to start, so if it's been more than 3 years since you last replaced your battery, why take the risk? Batteries all have an optimum temperature range, should still be able to power your battery below the optimum. A reluctance to start on a cold morning is a strong sign that your battery needs replaced.
If you battery is starting to show signs of excessive wear a non-starting engine could be the least of your problems. The battery powers everything in your car, so not only will you be unable to move, your radio and heating won't work either. The last thing you need is to be stranded in your driveway on the way to work, or even worse, stranded somewhere else out in the cold with no easy way to get back. Perhaps it's time for a change. Replacing you battery with a high quality Optima battery will leave you satisfied that you are safe to journey anywhere without worrying about whether or not your car will start on the way home. Optima Batteries offer the advantage of being completely sealed to prevent leaks when on the move, as well as featuring a design allowing the electrolyte to be fully absorbed into the battery components making this brand of battery tilt resistant, vibration resistant and essentially maintenance free. Optima batteries are engineered in a unique way; the Spiral Cell technology (consisting of high purity lead coiled together and compressed) will be sure to give the kick you need to get your car started. These batteries will recover much faster than regular batteries due to their amazingly quick recharge time, and their improved service life.
So which Optima battery is for you? The Optima Blue Top is designed for marine use, Optima Red Top will provide the power to get your car started, and Optima Yellow Top is useful for deep cycling as well as for starting. If your battery is over 3 years old, why not consider rejuvenating your car with an Optima Battery; it could be a life saver.