Battery Service in Maryland
We understand that waking up to a car that won’t start because of a dead battery can be stressful. Here at Bay Area Tire & Service Centers, our experts are here to help address your situation quickly and get you back on the road in no time. While you may be able to jump start your battery, it still could be very low on charge and the issue could be within the charging system, so your vehicle may not get you very far. As soon as you notice a battery issue, bring your car into our professionals for an evaluation.
The battery and charging and starting systems of your car are intricate and work together in order to start your car and keep it running. While a dead battery can just be the result of an old battery that doesn’t hold charge, the problem can also be with the alternator or other electrical component. This is why it is important to bring your vehicle into our ASE certified technicians so that we can pinpoint the correct cause of your battery issues so that you don’t end up stranded.
Typically, a car battery will last you about 3-6 years depending on the brand of battery and your own individual driving habits. If you’re experiencing symptoms of a dead battery and it has been over 3 years since you replaced it, we can test your battery to see if it has any life left. If not, we offer a car battery replacement service that is quick and affordable.
If we find that your battery is fine, then the issue with not being able to start or keep your vehicle running is probably within the starting or charging system. The typical culprit is a failing alternator, although faulty wiring, blown fuses, spark plugs, and other components can be the cause of electrical issues.
Bay Area Tire & Service Centers has been proudly serving the Maryland area for over 40 years with locations in Severna Park, Glen Burnie, Eldersburg, Westminster, Pasadena, and Cambridge, MD. When you need an auto battery replacement in Maryland, stop by one of our 6 convenient locations or give us a call for friendly assistance today.