Why does your car battery suck?

A new study from the University of Tennessee found that the voltage of a car battery is directly proportional to its age and that if you’re charging it regularly you can increase the life span of the battery.

The study looked at more than 1,300 car batteries, using a battery operated heater to measure how long the battery would last.

The researchers found that over time, the battery was able to maintain a voltage above 60% of its rated capacity.

This would mean that the battery’s lifetime was more than a century if you left it in the car for five years.

The average lifespan for a car was around 10,000 to 15,000 miles.

This battery is not designed to be an extension of your car, but rather, to be the replacement for it.

According to the study, a new car battery will have a longer life expectancy than a car that has been in the same battery for decades.

The battery can be charged via USB cable or via a car’s USB port.

The former allows the car to charge while you are out and about, and the latter allows it to charge when you are on the road.

The study also found that a car with a new battery could run for three years on an old battery without the need to change anything else on the car.

The same battery could last a further two years on a new one, while a battery that has not been used for two years would have a lifetime of three years.

There are a number of other benefits to this method of charging a car.

It allows the vehicle to be charged while it is on the move, meaning it can recharge while you’re in the middle of an adventure.

And it lets the battery do its job of powering the car without needing to constantly be in charge of it.