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Our mobile mechanics service all types of cars and trucks, offering everything from oil changes and tune-ups to brake jobs and no-starts. Our expert mechanics can perform most jobs right in your driveway or at your parking spot at work giving you the freedom to spend your time on more important things.

Just tell us what maintenance and auto repair services you need and we'll send you a fixed quote. Don't know what's wrong? Not a problem, one of our mobile mechanics will come out, do a diagnostic visit and create a quote for you. We focus on no hassle pricing and convenience. The price we quote you is the price we charge.

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Car Won't Start?

Top 3 signs that it may be a battery issue:
  • Your vehicle lights do not turn on
  • There is no sound when trying to start the vehicle
  • The battery is over 5 years old

Car Jump Start Services

We won’t just jump-start you and send you on your way; if we can’t find the reason for the drained battery or we suspect that the battery may be faulty then we’ll carry out a battery test.
We are a 24 hour car jump start service providing you with a fast and friendly jump start service day and night.
Our qualified response team can help you get back on the road swiftly whether you’re at home or on the road. We can jump start you from anywhere in and around London

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Our mobile battery mechanic will come to you and fit a new car battery at home or any other location.
We here 24/7 and we'll replace your battery the same day.
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We have no set working hours and are open 7 days a week, ensuring that our customers can use our services whenever they are required.

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We believe in providing a reliable, friendly and professional service that ensures repeat custom and referrals from our satisfied customers.

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We provide our customers with a service at an affordable price with top quality parts and no hidden ‘add-ons’.

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Recommendations

If possible, you should maneuver your vehicle into a position that allows for easy access to your car’s battery. This isn’t always possible, and that’s okay.

Symptoms that indicate you need a Battery Replacement

 

It’s better to replace the battery before it dies, rather than waiting until your car is disabled. Signs your battery is failing can include any or all the following:

Battery/alternator warning light is on or blinking
Engine cranks very slowly, or won’t crank (turn over) at all
Electrical issues, such as the interior lights or radio malfunctioning or working only sporadically
You need a jump more often than not
Lights won’t turn on
Battery case looks swollen

Even without any signs, it’s still possible to drain a battery overnight by leaving your lights on or leaving something plugged into the power outlet.
Just tell us what maintenance and auto repair services you need and we’ll send you a fixed quote. Don’t know what’s wrong? Not a problem, one of our mobile mechanics will come out, do a diagnostic visit and create a quote for you. We focus on no hassle pricing and convenience. The price we quote you is the price we charge.

 

Give us a try today. We are confident you will be thrilled with how easy and painless it is to maintain and fix your car with the help of our friendly mobile mechanics near you!

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Alternator Replacement

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Brake Caliper Replacement

Brake Pad Replacement

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Emissions Failure Repair

Ignition Coil Replacement

Oil and Filter Change

Radiator Replacement

Serpentine Belt Replacement

Spark Plugs Replacement

Starter Replacement

Thermostat Replacement

Timing Belt Replacement

Transmission Fluid Change

Water Pump Replacement

Frequently asked questions

We now have an FAQ list that we hope will help you
answer some of the more common ones.

What is a Battery Replacement Service?

A mobile battery replacement service can allow you to have your vehicle back up and running with minimal downtime. When you call for service a professional mechanic will come to your location to swap the dead battery for a new one. It’s like taking your vehicle to the shop without going to the shop.

How is a Battery Replacement Done?

A mechanic will test the viability of your current battery. There’s a possibility your lack of power has nothing to do with a dead battery. Other malfunctions can cause the same problems. The mechanic will run a diagnostic to figure out the root cause. If a replacement battery is necessary, the mechanic will replace it with a new, warrantied battery.

Can I drive without doing a battery replacement?

You can keep driving with a dying battery, but you shouldn’t. With cars relying more than ever on electrical components, it’s important to have a fully viable battery at all times. If an important electrical component fails while you’re driving, it greatly increases the likelihood of an accident.

If you absolutely must drive, then do so during daylight hours, on low-traffic roads, and only if you’re heading to an auto repair shop. Otherwise, contact us and we will bring the battery straight to your location.

Can I do it myself?

You can cut some of the cost by shopping around for a battery and swapping it out yourself. But if you’re busy, or you need the battery replaced immediately, it can make more sense to utilize a mobile battery replacement service.

Keep in mind, though, a dead battery may only be part of a bigger issue. The appropriate tests should be run to make sure there aren’t any other, less obvious complications. This will save you the hassle of replacing the battery only to find out later that it wasn’t the real cause of the problem.

Why Do Batteries Fail?

Your car’s battery has three important jobs: Starting, lighting, and ignition. Once your car battery starts the engine, the alternator takes over and charges the battery so that the next time you need to start your car, it’s recharged and ready to go. A bad battery means that your car can’t start, which can be frustrating, especially if you don’t know what caused it to die.

Most car battery deaths can be traced to five common causes:

Cold weather
time
corrosion
electronic drain
and parasitic drains

The last two are closely related, but while one can be controlled the other is harder to detect. If you’re struggling with a battery that seemingly can’t hold a charge, these are the five things to check first and what you can do about each of them.

How can I tell if a battery is good or bad?

Load testing a battery or using an electronic battery tester to check the condition of your battery will tell you if it is good or bad. If your battery fails either type of test, it needs to be replaced.

How long should my battery last?

Battery life is determined by various factors, with the most important being proper maintenance. Amount of use, proper charging, and climate are other elements that also need to be considered. A battery that is stored for prolonged periods of time without use or recharging can develop sulfation on the plates. This greatly reduces the time and efficiency of how batteries perform.

How often should I replace my battery?

Car batteries generally last between four to six years. However, there are multiple factors to consider when determining how often a battery needs to be replaced including vehicle type, region/climate, driving habits, regular battery/car maintenance and whether the battery was installed correctly. If your current battery performance is unsatisfactory, consider upgrading your battery to suit your situation and driving needs.

Will you have the right battery for my car?

We stock car batteries to fit over 98% of vehicles on the road, so we’re likely to have exactly what you need. We stock everything from standard car batteries with a 3-year guarantee through to our premium batteries, which have a 5-year guarantee and provide up to 45% extra starting power.

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5 REASONS CAR BATTERIES DIE

Your car’s battery has three important jobs: Starting, lighting, and ignition. Once your car battery starts the engine, the alternator takes over and charges the battery so that the next time you need to start your car, it’s recharged and ready to go. A bad battery means that your car can’t start, which can be frustrating, especially if you don’t know what caused it to die.

Most car battery deaths can be traced to five common causes:

Cold weather, time, corrosion, electronic drain, and parasitic drains

The last two are closely related, but while one can be controlled the other is harder to detect. If you’re struggling with a battery that seemingly can’t hold a charge, these are the five things to check first and what you can do about each of them.

1. COLD WEATHER CAUSES BATTERY FAILURE

Cold weather is the number one reason why car batteries die. Weather doesn’t have to be particularly extreme to cause a car’s battery to weaken. Even at a mild 32 degrees, a battery is 35% weaker. At 0 degrees, it plummets to 60% weaker. When a battery is that weak even your interior lights become a challenge, forget about starting your car. There’s a reason most people associate dead car batteries with winter, and that’s because it’s when most batteries that were in marginal condition give up and die.

This one can be hard to fix. Obviously, you can’t change the weather, and not everyone has easy access to a parking garage or carport. Really, the only thing you can do is be aware that your battery is more likely to die during winter and make the required preparations.

Keep an eye out for symptoms that your battery may be losing steam. If you notice your headlights dimming while your car idles or hear a strange clicking sound when you start your vehicle, that’s a good indicator that your battery is on its last legs. To affirm that it’s getting close to its last start, you can either test the battery yourself or go to a nearby auto shop where they’ll be able to test your battery for you. Many states require this as part of the inspection process as well, which is a good time to make note of your battery’s expected life.

You can’t change the weather, but you can prepare for the worst.

A man prepares to jump his car battery on a snowy day

2. BATTERIES DIE OVER TIME

Time, not surprisingly, is also a top car battery killer. Just like the batteries in your remote, eventually, there is just no juice left and no amount of cajoling or jumping will bring your battery back to life. The average car battery dies after three to five years. Car batteries have a shorter lifespan if you’re in an area prone to especially cold winters. Keep an eye on your battery’s ‘birthdays’ and looking for the warning signs of battery failure. Don’t forget to test your battery regularly.

The other way time affects car batteries is “time unused.” The longer you go in between drives, the less likely your car is to start up. Car batteries are charged by the alternator, which only turns if the car is running. If you’re not able to drive your car for a while, it’s worthwhile to invest in a battery tender. Battery tenders act as a charging system for your battery, making sure it stays fully charged without overcharging.

Much like cold weather, time isn’t something you can actually change. But by keeping track of it and being observant, you can be prepared for the worst and reduce the chances of it happening while you’re unprepared.

3. CORROSION CAN CAUSE BATTERY DEATH

Battery acid is corrosive. That might sound obvious, but one of the other reasons why car batteries repeatedly die is due to corrosion at the connections. Check under your hood. The battery terminals are the points of contact on the top of your battery, one is marked with a positive, the other a negative. These are the points that you use to jump your car, and they’re also the way your battery is able to be charged by your alternator. If your connection is gunked up, your alternator may not be doing an adequate job of recharging your battery.

If you see blue or green growths hanging off your battery terminals, that’s a sure sign that your battery has been slightly damaged by corrosion. Corrosion can also look like a thin white powdery substance, almost as if your battery has a bad case of dandruff. Though this is a perfectly natural and expected process, it isn’t doing your battery any favors and by improving the connection you can improve your car’s ability to charge your battery.

If there isn’t much corrosion, you can use a dry rag to wipe away dirt and grime. If that doesn’t do the trick then use a stiff wire brush to clean this corrosion off (carefully of course). In no time your connections will be shiny and clean and your battery will have an easier time charging.

hands use a wire brush to scrub corrosion from a car battery

4. HUMAN ERROR AND BATTERIES

We’ve all accidentally left our headlights on and killed a battery. It’s practically a right of passage. And that’s one of the many reasons why human error is a top battery killer. Everyone makes mistakes that can lead to battery death.

One of the more common mistakes we make is forgetting exactly how much we’ve started expecting batteries to do. Car batteries are really pretty amazing. They power everything in the car, and over time that’s expanded into digital navigation systems and displays. Add to that people charging their phones, tablets, computers, and mobile entertainment centers on the go and you have a very overtaxed battery system.

This isn’t an easy one to fix. Obviously, you can firmly resolve to always turn your headlights off when you leave the vehicle, but it’s not like anyone intends to forget something. Even if you do a perfect job of unplugging your devices and turning off your headlights, the car battery doesn’t actually get a break. Instead, it’s hard at work powering the anti-theft system and keeping the time on your clock.

Make sure to give your car a break when you can by unplugging your charging cables at home. Also, obviously, make sure that your lights are off when you turn the car off. Just changing your parking angle so that you can see the headlights from your front door can make a big difference in how easy it is to forget to turn off your lights.

5. ELECTRONIC PARASITES

Electronic parasites aren’t as predictable as the other reasons car batteries die. One of the most frequent parasites is a bad alternator. Your battery relies on your alternator in order to recharge. If the alternator isn’t pulling its weight, your battery may die frequently even when you know the weather is lovely and you haven’t been draining the battery. Sometimes a broken fuse can drain a battery, even when your car is off. For electrical problems, you’ll want to get a skilled mechanic involved. Though the voltage produced by a car battery isn’t enough to kill a person, there are other hidden dangers that can physically wound you and total your car.

A red and black cable are used to test the car battery