At Battery.ae, we focus on helping clients based in Dubai, Sharjah, and Abu Dhabi in their car battery replacement needs – anytime, anywhere! Car batteries, in general, are subject to severe weather and on-road conditions. Over time they tend to become weak and need to be replaced. Although it may seem easy, getting it done yourself can be a hassle; as such, it’s better to leave it to the hands of professionals. Our team here at Battery.ae is comprised of experienced technicians who can get the car battery replaced in minimal time. As a leading car battery dealer within the UAE, we house an expansive collection of batteries from leading brands, including Amaron, SBK, and AC Delco, to name a few. We understand that you have a busy schedule and may not get the time to bring in the vehicle to our auto-shop, that’s we have a mobile car battery replacement service in place to deliver batteries to you, irrespective of where you are! For more details on our service, reach out to us at 800 145.
Tips to Choose a Replacement Battery
If you have decided to get the battery on your vehicle replaced, the first thing you should consider is to get a new battery. Listed are some useful tips to make your choice:
Battery Group Size
Your choice of the battery should be based on the battery group size recommended by your vehicle’s manufacturer. However, most modern cars do permit batteries of different sizes to be installed in it. The most significant factor you’ll need to consider is whether your vehicle is petrol- or diesel-driven, as the battery size of the latter is larger than the former.
Most passenger cars, SUVs, and other light commercial vehicles use standardized 12V batteries. However, certain vintage cars only work with 6V batteries. Also, large commercial vehicles typically make use of two 12V batteries connected in series.
Cold Start Current
CCA rating specifies how well a given battery will be able to produce current at low temperatures. It is directly dependent on the number of plates on the battery and its total surface area. A fully-charged battery will be able to produce current even at a temperature of -18° Celsius.
The battery capacity determines how much charge can be removed from the battery before it becomes non-functional. Denoted by the symbol (Ah), the required capacity for your vehicle is directly dependent on its size. For compact cars, a battery with 40-45 Ah would be enough while for SUVs, and sports cars, a battery with capacities of 110Ah or more is recommended.