Though every vehicle is engineered differently, you can expect the typical vehicle battery to last around five years. This means when that five-year mark rolls around, it’s likely time for a fresh battery. Good news, though! This interval remains true whether you drive your vehicle every day or far less often!
To ensure your battery stays in perfect working order, it’s a good idea to get it tested after three years. Though car batteries are designed to have a full charge until they die, scheduling routine tests will give you a better idea of when you’ll need to have it replaced.
You can also tell when your vehicle needs a new battery by how it’s performing. Watch for the following warning signs that indicate your battery is nearing the end of its life. If you notice any, make sure to contact the technicians in our service department to have it replaced before it fully fails.