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162637Re: Car storage?

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  • Robert Williams
    Sep 18, 2013
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      <5 weeks is nothing. Cars (used and new) sit on dealer's lots longer than that.
       
      This is very true, but the car dealers have a person who maintains the batteries by occasionally charging them on a routine schedule. Many times I have gone by car lots, to see a couple of hoods up, with chargers affixed to their batteries.
       
      Could you imagine what would happen if a car dealer did not maintain the batteries of his or her inventory? He just might be unfortunate to have a client want to test drive a car with a low or dead battery. How would the client respond? Well, they would not only leave the particular car, most likely they would go to a different lot in search for a car to buy, assuming that dealer who failed to maintain the battery had other business problems as well.
       
      Cars onmost car lots have their battreies maintained on am ongiong basis.
       
      Robert
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