Car batteries can fail at the most inconvenient of times. This is why we offer a mobile battery replacement service 24/7 to your preferred location. Our mobile battery team can usually get to you within an hour of your call*.
For enquiries and bookings, call 1300 726 751.
NRMA Batteries have designed a range of high quality batteries to suit your car or 4WD. Our team of highly trained battery technicians are on the road 24/7 to get you back on the road fast!
A flat or failed battery is no longer a big interruption, with NRMA Batteries you're Good to Go.
*Subject to weather and traffic conditions.
Engine not turning over quickly on start-up
This could indicate your starter motor is not able to draw sufficient power from the battery, due to the battery failing to accept a full charge from the alternator. Another potential cause is frequent short trips in the vehicle, stopping the battery from receiving a full charge.
Your headlights look dim at idle and then brighten when you rev the engine
If your headlights are dim whilst the engine is idling, it could mean a battery or alternator issue, as the engine is not receiving enough electricity from either to power the headlights sufficiently.
In New South Wales, car batteries generally last anywhere from one to five years depending on construction type and what type driving the battery has been used for. For example, if your battery has been used for only inner city driving with frequent short trips, this could reduce the serviceable life of the battery. NRMA Batteries provides a nationwide warranty of up to 3 years on our car batteries.
You've needed to jumpstart your battery three or more times
If you've needed to jump-start your battery more than three times, then it's time to have your battery and electrical system tested. A battery that has gone flat multiple times will be far less reliable, so it's best to consider replacing the battery before it lets you down when you need it most. Jump starting a car battery is effectively 'shocking' your battery. Multiple jump-starts of a car battery are indicative the battery is not holding a full charge and needs replacement.
Your electrical accessories aren't responding as quickly as normal
If the battery has a very low charge, some or all of the electrical accessories may be sluggish. The windows will roll up and down slower than normal, or the dashboard lights will be dim. NRMA Batteries can come to you to diagnose your battery trouble and if required, replace it.