Like most things on a motor vehicle, they will eventually wear out and need replacing, and a car battery is no different. In fact, a battery has a typical lifespan of between 3 to 4 years and that is only if it is properly looked after.
If you have noticed that your car is more difficult to start than it used to be, especially on cold mornings (a sure sign that things are not right). The next question is who can tell me for sure that my cheap price car battery in Canberra is no longer reliable?
So, it’s up to Roadside Response to get that question answered once and for all. They will happily come out to you if you are stuck on the road, at the office or even at home, so how do they do it?
Firstly, you put a call through to their dedicated line regardless of where you, the potential client happens to be at the time. They will then gather your details, and the make and model of the car you drive, plus whether you require only jump start response or battery response.
Next, they will look up your car on their database (as required), and select the correct size and type of battery for your car. They will also ask for your current location, whether it be in Canberra or elsewhere in Australia.
Quote and payment
You are then provided with a free quote based on the service you have requested, and the cost of the new battery. If you are happy with the quote, then you can proceed with payment. Payment is via a secure online payment system using your credit card. The mobile teams even have a mobile payment system if required. Prices are claimed to be very competitive with the price of the whole service comparable to that of an off the shelf battery from other suppliers.
Once payment is made a team of technicians from the branch nearest to your location is dispatched together with your brand-new battery. You seldom have to wait even for an hour from the time you made the call until you drive away again.
All technicians are experienced and well trained in all aspects of working with batteries, including the new stop/start battery technology.
Batteries are also regarded as hazardous waste so they cannot just be discarded anywhere. Luckily this problem is never yours as Roadside Response will take full responsibility for the proper disposal of your old and high performance car battery at Roadside Response.
Virtually a hassle free and painless process with everything being resolved in less than an hour, after a 2 to 3-minute phone call, plus the batteries supplied meet or exceed the requirements of the battery that was originally fitted to the car by the factory.
The battery response service is also known as an “on demand” service which basically means you can request the service at any time without having to be a paid-up member of Roadside Response.2016-11-26