Dead Battery: What to Do

December 03, 2015

Picture this: you’re driving steadily, going through the motions of your morning commute to work, mentally wrestling with Monday’s version of traffic when suddenly your car engine dies on you, followed by your radio, air conditioning and everything that’s supposed to keep you collected in this time of stress and panic.


Whether at home, on the road or even in the most relaxed situation, there's just never a convenient time for a dead battery. And what can add more to the frustration is if you're just lost with what to do.



In times such as today when traffic seems that it cannot be any worse, it’s always better to be prepared for anything. Apart from having handy tools in the trunk, having your car checked and maintained regularly should do the trick. It may be costly, but hey, what’s a couple of pesos if it keeps you safely on-the-go on your daily trips, right?

 

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