An Early Start | New Orleans Car Battery

If your car battery isn't working, you're not going to get started - early or late.

There's always something happening in New Orleans. That's one of the great things about living in New Orleans. And this weekend, it's the 30th Creole Tomato Festival. YUM! You want to get an early start.

But you're not going to go anywhere if your car doesn't start. The battery is the most likely culprit when a car or truck won't start. Of course, a battery is eventually going to wear out, but there are ways to prolong its life. Nationwide auto insurance offers these tips:

  1. Limit short rides.
  2. Keep your battery tightly fastened.
  3. Turn off all the lights when you get out.
  4. Control the corrosion.
  5. Test your battery often.
  6. Don't use electronics when idle.
  7. Care for your car as a whole.

In New Orleans, basic car care means dropping by Twin Tire and Auto Care. Twin Tire's certified car care technicians can test your battery and provide the basic car care you need to keep your battery (and your car) going for a long time. And when you do need a new battery, or other car repair, Twin Tire can also help you with that.

Twin Tire has been New Orleans' trusted car care and car repair service center since it opened in 1973. Twin Tire has conveniently located service center in Marrero, Hammond and Harvey to serve you. Twin Tire also has a location in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.

You can maximize your car care savings by joining the Twin Tire Rewards program. It's free to sign up. You get points for every qualified purchase. You can trade those points for car care or for travel perks. Or, you can donate them to a local charity like the Children's Hospital of New Orleans.

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