Some new batteries can cost over two hundred dollars, especially for
many of the new pick up trucks.
I hate Walmart, but I will admit, the last time that I bought a new
battery a few years ago, it was half of the cost at Walmart than the
auto parts store. I keep the best few batteries, and put an older one
into a car before I sell it. I haven't found a good battery that won't
start any normal car or light duty truck.
Post by Bryan Simmons
You find a Group Size 86 battery of the quality that AAA installs
for $90, I'd like to see the link. You're getting like Sheldon. You
just guess at shit and post like you know things.
... and I don't need to
guess, everyone knows that Bryan is shit, doesn't cook, only hangs out
here hoping to get his lips wrapped around Kootchie's...
I believe Jill. I no longer have AAA but I did at one time. Tripple
A is for people who do long distance driving. If ones driving is
local AAA is a waste of money.
AAA gets most of their money from older folks and people that NEVER make
a call, but keep the service as peace of mind. Me, I get my monies
worth out of AAA, and then some. It balances out to a nice profit in
their books in the end.
Jill's car is small, doesn't use a large battery. Today road service
jump starts cars with a thing the size of a cigar box... some
companies with a fleet of vehicles have their own, they are not
expensive, they're a rechargeable battery.
You can buy your own "cigar box size" charger for not much money at any
hardware or auto parts store. I have one that plugs into a 120V outlet;
it's a good thing to have.