When it comes to car battery services, you have a wide variety of options. But one thing is for certain: if your battery needs replacement, you will want the best battery possible. There's nothing worse than getting your vehicle stuck on the side of the road in Marietta, GA because of a dead battery!

Here's what to look for when you're buying a new battery:

  • Cold Cranking Amps (CCA): This number represents how much power your battery can produce at zero degrees Fahrenheit. Batteries with higher CCA will start cars in colder temperatures more effectively than batteries with lower CCAs.
  • Reserve Capacity: This number represents how long your battery can power your car's electrical system with the alternator turned off and at 25 amps. Batteries with higher RC numbers will keep working longer when you turn off the car and start it again later, allowing you to go for longer periods of time without charging.
  • Battery Type: There are three types of batteries to choose from, each with its own benefits. Conventional Batteries (Wet Cell) - These batteries consist of plates submerged in an electrolyte solution (acid and water or acid and sulfuric acid).
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