Being stranded on the side of the road with a broken down car is something we all try to avoid.
It’s always a good idea to carry a set of Battery jumper set with you at all times as you never know when your car or someone else’s will have a dead battery. It is good to have it in case of emergency.
Battery jumper set are one of the many items that you should never ever buy the cheapest one .You usually use it at the most INAPPROPRIATE times, in the freezing cold, at night, early morning or in the rain. Don’t skimp on this important piece of safety equipment.
It’s a common misconception that all Battery jumper set will do the same job. This is patently untrue and believing that lie is a good way to end up stranded even though you have cables in hand.
Many people don’t realize that it really does matter which kind of Battery jumper they are buying. If you are going to buy a Battery jumper set for your car, then you must be cautious and concentrate on some basic things like what we are going to discuss as follows:
1) Cable gauge-selection of gauge.
3) Jumper Cables Insulation
4) Heavy Duty Clamps.
6) Instruction manual
7) Storage Bag
Please take a moment to read through our 7 tips list before you making any decision.
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Battery Jumper Cables Buying Tip No1
1) Cable gauge-selection of gauge (The higher the gauge (numerically) the thinner the wire).
Thicker cables are capable of transmitting more electric current, the best jumper cables you can buy for your car are heavy duty jumper cables. The thickness of jumper cables is measured in gauge, and the lowest gauge number indicates the thickest cables.