Tips and tricks to extend the life of car batteries in the Middle East
The rise in temperatures in the Middle East, especially during the scorching summer months has an adverse effect on tires, batteries, cabin filters, generators and air conditioning systems. According to Andreas Bodemer, Vice President for Bosch Automotive Aftermarket, Middle East and Africa, regular maintenance is the key to driving successfully in hot weather. Though it may seem like a hassle to take the time and effort to conduct such checks, they would be more convenient and cheaper than trying to fix problems that may develop due to lack of care in this direction.
The main drain on batteries in the Middle East would obviously be the excessive use of air conditioning to keep cool. This significantly shortens battery life here in comparison to cooler countries.
A few tips for maintaining and prolonging the battery life in any vehicle are given below: