Published at Monday, October 01st 2018. by Christie Delgado in Car Chargers.
Imagine there is very little power left in your mobile battery and you may receive a very important call from home, from your children, from your clients or office or anywhere. Due to lack of battery strength you can not speak for a longer time or the moment you attend the call, the mobile phone gets switched off due to lack of battery back up.
Most cars, today, are equipped with automatic transmissions. This compounds the situation of a drained battery as compared to a car fitted with a manual transmission. In the case of the latter, it is still possible to ’push start’ the car with the assistance of your passengers or passing traffic, if any. In the case of the former, ’push starting’ the car is not possible. The only alternative is to obtain an external electrical power source.
The reason that Eneloop batteries are so popular is that they seem to last forever because they have a very low self-discharge. Self-discharge means that a battery loses its power when it was not in use, even if it was continuously charging. That is why most rechargeable batteries were not sold fully charged. By the time you bought them and tried to use them, their power would already be gone.
Earlier, we used to be anxious about the battery strength of our mobile phone, especially when planning a long journey by road. Carrying the mobile phone charger was not sufficient as the availability of electricity or a plug point, as and when we require, was a cause of concern.
Car chargers are simple devices that are designed to fit into your car efficiently. They are small in size, but are of immense help. In this hectic work schedule, you never know when your mobile phone may just loose the strength and need a charge up. For all such times, the car charger comes as a very useful device that can also make a great difference to your life.
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