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: June 24, 2018
"Heat kills car batteries," according to John Banta, a Consumer Reports project leader and part of the team that tests batteries for the magazine. "Many times in cold climates, your battery fails to start your car on a below-freezing day. The reason this happens is that the heat of the past summers has weakened your battery. When you use it in the cold, the starter requires more electrical current to turn over the cold engine with its thickened oil." Leaving your car parked or stored for long periods of time can also lead to a dead battery that you will need to recharge before heading out for a drive.
During that time, the development of electricity and it's every-day usage was also in expansion. The crossing between these two were imminent. The cause of this was that the car was becoming not only a mean of transportation but a necessity in every day life. The further expansion of the car depended on it to be easy to use, that almost everyone could use it and you can learn to drive it relatively simply. One of the most important fields of car industry that did this is car electrics. Here's our top list of the most important electric inventions on the car: