How Consumer Reports Tests Car Batteries #shorts

How Consumer Reports Tests Car Batteries #Shorts 1

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7 Comments on "How Consumer Reports Tests Car Batteries #shorts"

  1. Who is the poor soul who has to grab them?

  2. Andrew Shannon | August 31, 2023 at 3:43 PM |

    Thank you ! 😺😸

  3. Ok so which battery is the best out of the ones being tested. Give some real information that can be useful.

    • That’s paid content.

    • Everyday Slow Mo | August 31, 2023 at 4:10 PM |

      AGM is a nicer battery.
      Also the heavier a battery is equals more lead which means nicer.

    • @Everyday Slow Mo But I see many people blindly change regular lead acid to agm not knowing the charge needs. For example Duracell AGM needs 13.8 min charge vs my car designed for lead acid only hover around 13.3-13.4V in drive. Only at start-up its 13.8-14v.

    • @holmiumh they got paid when I watched it……. I can’t find any batteries worth a toot

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