When you’re stuck with a dead battery, the most common tool you reach for is traditional jumper cables – those archaic, complicated, and incredibly risky things that have been sitting in your trunk since you bought your car.
What many people do not realize is there’s more to a successful attempt to jump start a battery than just having a capable jump starter. In the following article, we have detailed the two biggest culprits of failed jump starts.
Myth-busting Nonsensical Claims of the Competition | At Weego we understand why you would want to know the answer to the question: do portable jump starters work multiple times on just one charge? We can confidently say yes, however, the more difficult question is how many times?
Battery corrosion is a very common yet debilitating occurrence under the hood of your car. Too much corrosion build up will hinder the delivery of power from your battery to the rest of your vehicle, which means it could prevent you from starting your car!
If your lights are dimming, your radio sounds like it’s struggling, or your vehicle seems to have a hard time getting started, check out your battery terminals before assuming you need to replace it. If it looks as though there’s a lot of grime and buildup around the terminals (the posts where those big cables connect to your battery) then you’ve identified the culprit. The best part? It’s really easy to clean them yourself!
Holiday air travel season is here, and with it comes the Wall Huggers. These athletes go to great physical lengths in search for wall outlets to recharge their devices before the flight – laptops, cell phones, and everything in between. Read More
You’re first intention as a buyer is to get the best price – but with anything you buy, quality gets sacrificed as the price gets lower. There are lots of products that are OK to do on the cheap, but others where it absolutely pays to pay – and this is most true when it comes to batteries. Read More