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Dead Battery? Don’t Buy New, Try This Instead

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Dead battery in your car, truck or RV? The last thing you want to do is rush to the auto parts store and empty your wallet for a new battery.

If you’d like to save $100 or more right now and possibly thousands of dollars over a lifetime, keep reading. You’ll discover the easy way to add another 3-5 years to your battery.

I’ll admit, I used to be one of those guys who just shelled out cash for new batteries. When you’ve got a couple of diesel trucks, a motorhome and a boat, it’s not hard to spend $1500 in a year on batteries.

The battery companies have a secret. The sad truth is that 90% of the batteries people think are “dead” aren’t. They can be quickly and easily reconditioned and put back into service for another 3-5 years.

Think about it. The auto parts store gives you a discount when you bring in your old “dead” battery so it can be “recycled”. It feels like the right thing to do, right? Maybe too good to be true.

Most people don’t know it but that “recycled” battery is getting recycled againg. It is going to be reconditioned exactly like I’m about to show you. It will receive a shiny new plastic case and then get put back on the shelf for $100+

Kind of feels like you’re being taken advantage of, right? The auto industry would NEVER take advantage of us like that, would they? 😉

So, go ahead and stick it to the big battery companies. Enjoy the satisfaction of doing things yourself. Here’s a simple tutorial to get you on your way.

Click play to watch the tutorial below:

Dead Battery Tutorial on NextRV.co  Dead Battery? Don't Buy New, Try This Instead

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