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Bosch tells us that it is reacting to current market developments and new statutory requirements by expanding its already wide range of starter batteries for passenger cars, commercial vehicles, powered two-wheelers, and recreational vehicles like motor homes and motorboats. Eco Line range offers a solution in line with a vehicle’s fair market valueIn tough economic climates, the
It is estimated that by 2050, 74 percent of Europe’s vehicle stock will be battery powered. What role will the standardisation of these batteries play in this story? Roger Brereton, heads of sales at steering system manufacturer Pailton Engineering, assesses the arguments for and against greater standardisation. Over the next half-century, the internal combustion engine will be gradually displaced by
The recent lockdowns across Ireland and Europe have led to reduced travel and long periods of cars being parked away and not used. While activity levels are slowly picking up again, we will continue to see altered driving patterns and reduced mileage for some time.
Following the successful launch of its One Box start-stop battery testing and installation solution at Automechanika Birmingham last June, Ecobat Battery Technologies (Ecobat), has further developed its offering with the release of a free start-stop battery training, assessment and certification.
GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd has established a new sales company to serve its Nordic and Baltic export regions. GS Yuasa Battery Nordic began trading from a new distribution centre in Jönköping, Sweden in December 2019.
Today’s modern vehicles have many more electric motors, systems and technologies than a decade ago, placing far greater pressure on the electrical system and ultimately on the battery. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s possible that batteries will go flat through weeks, and potentially months, of limited use.