Car batteries are extremely durable and are designed to last an average of three to four years. Unfortunately, they can suffer from premature wear if they're exposed to high or low temperatures, depending on the climate where you live. Once car batteries are exposed to extreme temperatures, they don't last as long and can even die within minutes.

When you drive in high temperatures, a lot of corrosion will start to form on the parts of the battery and make it challenging to start your car. The engine may fail to be reliable and can have a shorter lifespan. In lower temperatures during the fall and winter months, the car will fail to start, and you'll need to immediately replace the part to restore the operation of your car. You may notice that the lights don't turn on once the car sits outside in freezing temperatures.


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