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Duracell® Car Battery Services


It takes a strong battery to run your car’s essentials, such as the on-board computer, power steering, and lights, as well as accessories such as air conditioning and entertainment systems. Because of that, most batteries are rated to last for up to five years. But with age, wear and other various factors, your automotive electrical system might need assistance sooner than you think. Signs that it’s time to replace your car battery are slow starts, dim headlights, and sluggish electrical accessories.

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Our Duracell® Battery Replacement Services Include:

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Don’t wait until your car battery is dead. Stop in and have the pros at Free Service Tire & Auto Centers test your battery and charging system. Using our modern analyzer and car battery tester, our highly trained technicians will give you a report on your battery’s current condition. We’ll use our battery charger to recharge it if it’s low or we can complete a battery replacement if necessary.

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If our mechanics determine a battery replacement is needed, look no further than Free Service Tire & Auto Center. Our inventory is stocked with Duracell® good, better, and best car and truck batteries**. Best of all, save time, money, and the hassle by letting our team of technicians install the new battery for you. That’s about a $35 value at no charge to you.

*Most vehicles
** Original Equipment (OE) specification replacement batteries.

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You deserve some peace of mind. Get up to 36 months of a free replacement warranty period. Drive with your vehicle’s newly installed Duracell® battery up to 3 years worry-free.

Schedule an appointment online for battery or electrical repair. Or, stop by at your convenience. We’re open evenings, weekends and most holidays.


Your vehicle owner’s manual lists battery specifications. Match to the ratings on the battery label:

Group Size: Battery dimensions and placement of terminals.

Cold Cranking Amps (CCA): Ability of the battery to crank the engine at 0 degrees. (Cold temperatures slow electrochemical activity and thicken engine oil.) Make sure your battery meets or exceeds the CCA for your vehicle.

Reserve Capacity (RC): The number of minutes your car will run on battery power alone. If you live in a warmer climate, you might want to give more weight to this rating.

Freshness: Don’t buy a battery older than six months.

How Long Does a Car Battery Last?

The average car battery life is 4 years, 3 months. Batteries that have long lifespans are typically well-maintained through regular cleaning and checking to keep the connections tight.

Climate can also impact how long a car battery will last. In the northern states where it is cooler, batteries usually last 5 years. In the hot, humid south or scorching, arid southwest, your battery may only last 2 or 3 years.

What Does the Battery Warning Light Mean?

When the battery warning light illuminates on the dashboard, it means there is a problem with charging the car’s battery. It could be due to a number of reasons, including bad cables or wiring, damaged battery cells or plates, or an issue with the alternator or regulator. Stop into your local Free Service Tire and have our team of skilled mechanics use our analyzers and battery testers to evaluate your battery’s condition.

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