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Your vehicle's battery helps power it's engine and provides a charge to the electrical and electronic accessories. When your car battery dies, your vehicle will no longer run – potentially leaving you stranded. Look at the battery as the heart of your car's electrical system.


Have you thought about your car battery lately? When was the last time it was checked? Do you know when the last time you got it checked was? In any year, 31% of cars on the road will need a new battery. If you're not sure about your battery's current state-of-health, we can evaluate it free of charge. We want you to feel as safe as possible knowing you will get where you need to be.

Should the testing show that your battery is approaching end of life, it's time to think about the replacement while there is still time. To make this process simple:

Three Major Things to Note Before Selecting your Battery
  • First check your owner's manual to determine what battery size and specifications you need for your vehicle's make and model. If you cannot locate this information, we are always more than happy
    to lend a hand.
  • Think about your driving needs and consider your environment and typical commute. Higher temperatures are hard on car batteries, so if you're living in a hotter climate be sure to purchase a battery that is built for warmer weather. Also, if your commute involves short, stop and go trips, a battery with a longer life will better suit your needs.
  • Check the replacement warranty for the battery you want to purchase, and always keep the receipt. Most batteries will offer a free replacement guarantee if the battery gives out before the warranty date.


Bosch AGM

AGM batteries last up to twice as long as conventional batteries, if not more. These batteries tolerate extreme vibrations, are completely leak and spill proof, can handle both temperature extremes, and they will notdischarge when idle. AGM sets the new standard in battery life, durability and safety, and is installed from the factory on many newer vehicles.


Bosch Premium Power

Bosch Premium Power delivers the most powerful energy supply for a wide range of energy consuming electrical components on today's vehicles, even at extreme temperatures. Bosch Premium features long life technology that minimizes water loss and protects against corrosion, while optimized internal construction provides superior durability.


Champion Batteries are designed with a unique grid system which delivers a consistent performance and the power of a Champion with every start. Champion Batteries are proven to be highly durable and are backed by a 30-month, free-replacement warranty. Designed to help reduce corrosion and hold up during extreme heat and cold, these batteries are able to consistently produce reliable starting power while meeting the increased energy demands of today’s vehicles.


This is a basic general purpose battery with an acceptable level of reserve power and cranking amps. ValueGrade is geared towards drivers seeking a basic, no frills battery that fits like the original equipment.
Shop Pep Boys for all your battery needs

If it has been a while, now is the time to either test it yourself or bring your car into your local Pep Boys for a free battery test. This will determine if your battery is able to perform. If it isn't, a replacement is needed. When it takes longer for your car's engine to crank and start, this is a signal that the charge from your car's battery is getting weaker and the battery's life is very limited. If you need a new battery, we offer a great selection of quality batteries at great prices.