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Need a New Battery? Call Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Grandview Today

August 4, 2019

Hello Columbus drivers! Need a new battery? There is a good chance that you do – 70% of batteries need to be replaced within four years. As your battery discharges and then recharges as you drive around Columbus, bits of the surface of the battery plates disintegrate. As this process continues over a few years, the alternator has to work harder to supplement the battery charge. Over time, enough of the battery is damaged that it can no longer hold a charge and it needs to be replaced. This also speeds up wear on the alternator.

Your Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Grandview service advisor can help you determine the right vehicle replacement battery for the way you drive around Columbus, as well as the Ohio climate and durability needs.

Contact Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Grandview for information on battery replacement.

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Tuffy Tire & Auto Service Grandview
1524 W. Fifth Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43212
614-487-8776
http://www.tuffycolumbus-fifthave.com

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