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Does a car battery go bad quicker if you don't drive your car very often?

Will a car battery die out sooner if you don't drive your car often vs. if you drive your car everyday?

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Yes that happens. When sitting idle, the battery eventually loses charge. The vehicle has to be running regularly for the battery to be charged up.

Lack of driving eventually drains the battery and you might need a bench charge. You can get more information on battery and maintenance from

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