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A motorcycle jump starter or charger is typically used under different circumstances and conditions than a car or truck battery charger. You may store your motorcycle for long periods of time during the cold winter season. Even when you use your motorcycle during milder weather, you may not drive it daily. If your bike isn't driven regularly, its battery's charge can degrade rapidly, leaving you without the ability to enjoy your favorite ride. The right motorcycle charger can keep your battery powered and ready to ride no matter how long you leave your bike in storage. Find out everything you need to know about the differences between motorcycle battery jump starters, tenders
and chargers below.
Some motorcycle jump starter models include a built-in air compressor and air gauge, offering a quick and convenient way to keep your tires at the proper pressure even when you're on the go. While regular jumper cables must be hooked up to a positive battery terminal and a grounding point to prevent sparking or the possibility of a battery explosion, a portable motorcycle jump starter can be directly connected to both terminals because of its spark-proof safety features.