Yardley, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/29/2016 -- The leading auto repair shop serving Fallsington, PA, Big Oak Citgo, released a write-up via their website offering tips and facts about car batteries. The article recommends that car owners replace their batteries every five years, and urges drivers not to wait until batteries die to make those replacements.
Big Oak Citgo's article reminds drivers that it is a good idea to replace batteries before they fail. A failing battery will cause starter and alternator overheating and possible failure.
Big Oak is reminding people that replacing at failure is not a smart strategy. The shop's article sheds light on the common warning signs of a dying battery. According to the write-up, sporadic issues with starting are common. "Say your car starts fine today, but tomorrow it won't fire up, then two days later it starts again, and so on. More often than not that indicates a failing battery," said a Big Oak Citgo mechanic.
The article also notes that slow and intermittent cranking are common indicators of faulty batteries. Learn more about the warning signs in the article.
Big Oak Citgo's write-up recommends making replacements every five years, and says that batteries rarely last beyond six years. To learn more about the auto repair shop in Yardley, PA, or to read the article in full, please visit Big Oak Citgo's website. To make arrangements for a battery replacement, please dial the shop at 215-310-0598.
About Big Oak Citgo
Big Oak Citgo is a family owned and operated gasoline service station offering quality automotive repair and service solutions designed to fit any budget. Located on the corner of Big Oak Road and Makefield Road in Lower Makefield Township, they have been serving the Yardley and Morrisville communities for over 20 years. "Our customers are our friends and neighbors" says Tom Cooper, owner of Big Oak Citgo, "we work hard to earn their business and value their trust in us."
To learn more about Big Oak Citgo, please visit the company's website at http://www.bigoakcitgo.com/.
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