When choosing the best battery charger for your car or truck, there are a number of things to consider. First, think about how you plan to use it. If you’re looking for an emergency solution to carry with you while traveling, a portable jump starter may be your best fit. For vehicles that will be in storage for extended periods of time, a trickle charger or battery maintainer is a much better match.
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Maintaining a proper charge is key to your battery’s health. If you have a vehicle that you store over the winter or just an old car that you don’t drive very often, a charger will help you keep it charged up and ready to go. Here are a few of the different battery chargers available.
If your vehicle can accept higher rates of charge consider picking up a “heavy duty” charger. These chargers produce 10 amps or more allowing you to charge your vehicle quicker and feature a host of other options such as multiple charging voltages and amp rates. Pick up a heavy duty charger for your 4 door sedan, SUV or pick-up truck today.
Battery maintainers are automatic chargers that actively monitor your battery once they’ve been connected. A maintainer will cut off power when your battery reaches a full charge and begin recharging again once it drops below an ideal voltage. This eliminates the dangers of both under and overcharging your battery, making it perfect for users looking for a simple set-it-and-forget-it option that doesn’t require additional monitoring.
A portable car battery, otherwise known as a jump pack or jump starter, contains a sealed battery attached to a set of heavy-duty jumper cables. Portable chargers are easy to transport and provide enough amperage to jump start a dead battery. Many portable chargers also contain additional features such as: