There is truth to the rumour that you need to take extra-special care of your all-terrain vehicle. Neglect your battery, and your ATV will be stuck in the garage. Let the experts at Prairie Battery guide you. Not only will we help you find the best battery for your ride, but we’ll also instruct you on the best ways to maintain your purchase for the long-term.
ATV batteries have to work hard to power both three and four-wheelers. It might be the engine that provides the power to move the vehicle, but everything from starting to running the headlights is powered direct from your battery. The engine might not need electricity to run after the initial charge to the starter, but without it, you will not be moving anywhere. Finding yourself stranded, miles from anywhere on account of a dead battery is never a positive experience.
Your ATV battery needs extra-special care because of the demands placed on it. Your vehicle spends too much of its time sitting in the garage doing nothing. When the weather is poor, your ATV goes weeks or even months without use.
The longer your vehicle sits without being started, the more the battery will become discharged and will need to be recharged fully. The battery will recharge automatically when you are riding your ATV. Charging your battery regularly will extend the life of the battery.
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Hopefully, you have been shown how to charge your battery using the proper equipment and you’ve been told to never use a motorcycle battery charger on your ATV.
Speak to our staff for an explanation as to why you shouldn’t allow your battery to discharge too much before recharging.
If a short battery life or dead battery has caused you problems in the water, then buying a quality battery from Prairie Battery will instantly resolve your difficulty. If you’re having this trouble regularly you will find the remedy in one of 4 areas:
- There is a problem with the installation
- There is a problem with the charging system
- The current battery or batteries are either worn out or do not meet the needed specifications
Your batteries are one of the most important parts on your boat. If they can’t start your engine, you are going nowhere.
Check over your system. Faults in your boat’s DC electrical system can damage other electrical machinery. Starter motors are not used very often, so they are not your usual source of complaint when you can’t start your powerboat. Poor wiring and low voltage are common nuisances that lead to starter motor failure.
The battery that came with your boat might not be of a high enough quality to maintain your system. If you allow your battery system to discharge partially, it may become weak and unable to ever return to its full charge or original power.
It is best to take the time to find the right battery that matches your needs. Talk to the experts at Prairie Battery so they can source the best make and model to ensure good starting power and sufficient muscle to maintain your boat’s facilities.
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