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Get Your Car Back on the Road with Expert car Battery Replacement and Diagnostics

How To Get Your Car Battery Replaced

  1. Schedule an Appointment: Call us or book online for a convenient time or make an enquiry below
  2. Expert Assessment: Our technicians will diagnose the problem and recommend the best solution.
  3. Swift Service: We’ll replace your battery or fix the issue promptly.
  4. Drive Away Happy: Enjoy your fully operational car with peace of mind.

Our Services

Car Battery Replacement

  • Quick and Efficient: Our technicians replace your battery swiftly, getting you back on the road fast.
  • Premium Batteries: We stock a range of high-quality batteries to suit your vehicle’s needs.

Diagnostic Services

  • Quick and Efficient: Our technicians replace your battery swiftly, getting you back on the road fast.
  • Premium Batteries: We stock a range of high-quality batteries to suit your vehicle’s needs.

Call Out Services

  • Jump starts.
  • Battery tests and diagnosis.
  • We’ll quote on a new battery delivered and installed.

*call out services are with limitations

Don’t Let a Dead Battery Ruin Your Day

Each vehicle has unique power needs. Factors like temperature and depth of discharge affect battery performance. To choose the right battery, consider your vehicle’s features and how it operates. The right battery is crucial for optimal performance.

Types Of Batteries

Cars with stop-start features and two ECUs often come with two batteries. The names of these batteries can vary depending on the dealer. Typically, there is a standard battery, which might be located under the bonnet or, in some models like certain Mercedes,BMWs, Volvos, under the seat inside the car.

Brands of car batteries available

Willard

Dixon

sabat

OEM batteries

and more

Want to know what else has been asked about battery replacements?

In big luxury cars, especially from the late 90s to recent models, the electrical load is consistently high. Features like complex radios, navigation systems, soft-close doors, keyless entry, and other electronic accessories draw a lot of power. To manage this, these cars often have two batteries: one (often an AGM battery) for the body electrical system and another for the starter and engine. As battery technology advances and becomes more efficient, this dual battery system is becoming less common.