You’ve been stuck in your house for too long. We all have! And your favorite recreational vehicles have waited all winter for you.
The temperatures are climbing, the days are getting longer, and thoughts are turning to all the summer fun to be had in various vehicles.
Nobody wants to start the spring boating season with a dead battery. It’s time-consuming and expensive – and let’s face it, you’d rather spend that time on the water. One of the best things you can do for your battery is making sure it is properly stored during the coldest months of the year. Correct battery winter storage can be the difference come springtime! Follow this simple checklist to winterize your boat batteries – and be sure they’re ready for a great spring startup:
Your batteries turn your starter motor – and run your GPS, radio, and fish-finder. But chances are, they’ve been lying unused since you winterized your boat. So how do you de-winterize your batteries – and make sure they deliver maximum performance and service life?
The Summer season is here, and if you're a boater, you know how important it is to have the right marine battery for your boat. But, with the different types of marine batteries that are on the market, how do you know which one is right? Choosing the right marine batteries is more than a matter of going with a reliable brand that your customers can trust. Even the best battery is only as good as its application and maintenance. This starts, of course, with knowing the differences between the two most common types of marine batteries: cranking batteries and deep cycle marine batteries.