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The simple answer is…when its dead. The problem is that may leave you stranded in a parking lot with a trunk full of groceries and a sweaty shirt. Most batteries will have no indication of when they are low or about to go bad. The best rule of thumb is to change them out before the 4 year mark. Under “normal” conditions a battery will last 5 years. However “normal” will vary based on extreme temperatures, short trips, and how many accessories plugged into your lighter. So the best way to prevent your ice cream from melting is to change your battery every three years. Of course we also recommend buying a reputable battery from…NAPA Auto Parts. And by the way, if you buy a battery, starter or alternator in the month of June from NAPA, you’ll get a Visa rebate card by mail for up to $25…so you can buy more ice cream (offer expires 7/31/14. see store for details).

A little more NAPA Know How… You’re battery doesn’t act alone. Your starter, alternator, and battery terminals are the life blood of your vehicle's electric system. Make sure they are all inspected and running properly when you install a new battery. And if you’ve jumped your vehicle more than say…3 times, or it has trouble starting in really cold weather, we recommend you go visit your nearest NAPA Autocare Center NOW. Time for a new one!

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I Get a Discount card holders get an additional
$5 off a purchase of any battery.