101 W North Blvd • Highway 441 • Leesburg, FL 34748 • 352-314-9001

Classic Car & Truck Batteries

Classic Car & Truck Batteries | Battery Power | Leesburg, FL

At Battery Power, we take great pride in our ability to supply you with the perfect battery for your classic or antique car or truck. Each battery style requires hundreds of hours of manpower. Our materials are crafted from the highest quality products, and our number one priority is originality.

Unlike average batteries, our batteries are not generically produced on an automated assembly line. We painstakingly hand assemble, inspect and test each battery to deliver the utmost quality.

Old style tar material from days past got dirty, sticky, and often leaked acid. Polytar batteries are free of these undesirable qualities. You can rest assured that with Battery Power's custom made batteries; you will have the finest in quality, appearance, and durability.

If you need a new battery for a classic car or truck, please reach out to us at Battery Power at 352-314-9001 or use our online contact form for assistance.

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History of Golf Carts

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Golf carts, in reality, are not carts, as carts "cannot move under its own power." A golf cart is pragmatically powered by an electric motor or a gas engine. One neat feature of a gas powered golf cart that helps differ it from a regular car is that when one takes their foot off of the gas pedal, the engine turns off. "This feature helps save gas, cuts down on emissions, and helps keep the course quiet, too.” Golf carts also have been primed with electric battery motors that can be charged or even energized by solar panels upon the roofs of the cart (source). A golf cart is an LSV, otherwise known as a Low-Speed Vehicle, ranging from about 20 mph to 25 mph. Compared to other LSV's, there is little difference, as they mostly operate quite similarly. That being said, is it possible to modify golf carts to accelerate faster or pick up higher velocity? It is seemingly possible and simple to do so, however dangerous and unlawful. Insurance companies may deny paying for damages and individuals may risk traffic citation (source). 

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Tesla is building the world's largest battery in Australia

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Tesla CEO, Elon Musk says the battery (currently being developed in South Australia) will be "three times stronger than anything else on earth" and will look like something "unearthed from the future."

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What are batteries?

Thursday, July 13, 2017

What are batteries? What is their purpose? According to Northwestern University, “A battery can change chemical energy to electricity by putting certain chemicals in contact with each other in a specific way". Batteries utilize the electricity converted to power items such as lights, television remotes, and even cars. There are three main components of a battery, which consist of the anode, known as its negative side, the cathode, known as its positive side, and electrolytes. These segments of the battery keep the flow of electricity through the chemical means of its conversion, with the help of electrons. 

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— Jeremy Hoornstra

Couldn't get a battery for my phone. Phone company said I was due for an upgrade anyway. Only $700. Got my battery here for less than $50. Great people

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Helped change an old battery, got me back up and running down the road! Great service for a fair price.

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Thank you Gary and the tall guy for the awesome time consuming job you guys did installing my waaaay overdue new car battery on my old sportage yestetday.. Will spred the word !!

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Battery Power
101 W North Blvd • Highway 441 • Leesburg, FL 34748
352-314-9001 (phone)
352-460-4073 (fax)
Monday-Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 9am to 2pm

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