It may be time to inspect your vehicle’s battery. If your battery is three years or older it could die without warning. This vehicle was starting normally but the owner knew the battery was four years old. He began with a visual inspection and everything looked fine. But after running his hand across the top, he felt the fill cap was popped up. On maintenance free batteries, a popped cap indicates excess pressure inside of the battery, which could lead to leakage! Next he tested the battery and it was producing 75% of its rated cold cranking amps. It was time for a new battery! A visit to his local Carquest Store set him up with America’s Most Trusted Auto Battery, a DieHard Platinum AGM battery. He now has peace of mind that his holiday travels won’t be disrupted with battery problems.