• The battery should be secured firmly in the cradle.
  • Ensure that the cable clamps fit tightly and properly on the battery terminal, a loosely held battery vibrates and bounces causing damage to the container and plates.
  • Get your vehicle’s fan belt, electrical wiring, dynamo/alternator, regulator and battery checked regularly.
  • The alternator charging voltage setting measured across the battery terminal must remained at 14.2 – 14.4 volts for 12 volt system and between 28.4 – 28.8 volts in case of 24 volt system.
  • Vent plugs of Maintenance Free battery should be opened with coin only.
  • Do not top up with acid / tap water / mineral water/RO Water /Soda water.
  • Use only distilled mineral water for topping up of the battery in case of low level.
  • For better performance of your battery it is advisable to get your battery and vehicle’s auto electrical system checked once in three months.
  • In case you want to store a charged battery for a longer period put it on a wooden plank and check specific gravity of each cell and Voltage of the battery once in three months and give a boost charge.
  • Make sure battery is always in a full charge state.
  • Never over load a battery by putting extra gadgets not recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Battery should be kept out of the reach of children.
  • Do not short the battery directly across the terminal.
  • Maintain your battery service record regularly; in the absence of it battery will not be covered under warranty.

As per Batteries (Management and Handling) Rule 2001, it shall be the responsibility of the consumer to ensure that used batteries are not disposed off in any manner other than depositing them with the dealer.