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Choosing the Right Battery for your 4WD

There is nothing quite like a regular Australian road trip - pack up the 4WD, the kids and family, hook up the camper trailer or caravan and we are good to go. Without a doubt, one of the true joys in life is researching and of course, buying all of the awesome accessories that are now available for 4WDs and camping trips.

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The Difference Between Car Batteries and 4WD Batteries

If you are looking for a new battery for your 4WD, then you need to make sure that you buy the right one for your vehicle and for its operating conditions. There is no point in fitting a regular car battery in your 4WD because they are like apples and oranges. Car batteries are designed to power cars and 4WD batteries are designed to power an entirely different beast.

So what are the differences between these two types of starter batteries and why is it so important to make the right choice?

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Marine Batteries - Deep Cycle Batteries

Deep cycle batteries are designed to run electrical loads like lights, electronics and accessories on your boat for long periods of time. These type of batteries are very different to batteries that start your engine, which are only designed for a quick burst of power, rather than a sustained release over time.

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Marine Batteries - Lead-Acid Batteries

These are the most common type of batteries still used in boats today, mainly because they are the most reliable type of battery. There are two different types of lead-acid batteries, depending on their use: deep cycle batteries or engine starter batteries.

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Tips on Motorcycle Batteries and Maintenance

There are two different types of motorcycle batteries – conventional or maintenance free.

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Tips on Selecting the Right Motorcycle Battery

Most motorcycle batteries will last for about 3 years, but eventually they will wear out and lose their conductivity. So before you go ahead and spend your money, you need to make sure that you select the correct type of battery for your bike.

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