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Dune Buggy Season is Here: ODYSSEY® Batteries Help Ensure Your Vehicle Won’t Get Stranded on the Terrain

Spring is here, and soon the warmer weather will have powersports enthusiasts preparing to hit the deserts, ORV parks, hill climbs or maybe even the beach in their dune buggies. When you are traversing sand dunes, your vehicle will need to be in top shape to handle the harsh conditions and help assist in your return home. Great care and consideration are taken to tune engines,...

Tips for Seasonal Recommissioning of RV Batteries

Some Recreational Vehicle (RV) owners decommission their vehicles during the winter and recommission them in spring. Preparing the RV for spring includes cleaning and polishing, checking locks, repairing splits and cracks, checking for water and mold, and inspecting onboard appliances, electronics and plumbing. The cables and plugs in the RV’s engine should also be inspected for wear and damage and be replaced if needed. Among...

Marine Battery “TLC” Tips for the Spring

With the arrival of spring, boating enthusiasts look forward to taking to the water, especially in climates where it is too cold for boating during winter. Watercraft that remains dormant for a few months need to be recommissioned to ensure that all systems onboard are functioning properly. Recommissioning involves inspection, preparation, cleaning and sometimes repair or replacement of onboard components, including the marine battery or...

“Glamping” or “Boondocking” This Season: Help Ensure a Safe, Dependable and Convenient RV Excursion with ODYSSEY® Batteries

A Recreational Vehicle (RV) is a unique mode of automotive travel that includes onboard living quarters that enables you to visit remote locations. This type of vehicle application requires power sources for not only turning over the engine, but also supporting a variety of house loads for added convenience. Also known as hotel loads, house loads include the amenities that make this mode of transportation...

EnerSys® and Team Penske Renew Partnership for 2022 INDYCAR SERIES Season

EnerSys® (NYSE:ENS), the global leader in stored energy solutions for industrial applications and the manufacturer of ODYSSEY® batteries, will renew its partnership with Team Penske for the 2022 season. EnerSys will continue to serve as a key sponsor for the team’s winning NTT INDYCAR SERIES program. The EnerSys high-performance battery brand, ODYSSEY® battery, will be featured as a primary partner for several races this season on...

National Car Care Month — Tip #2 with Warfighter Made

April is National Car Care Month, and in its honor, ODYSSEY® Battery is providing some helpful battery maintenance tips to optimize vehicle performance for the warmer months ahead. Check out tip #2 featuring CEO, co-founder, and fulltime volunteer for Warfighter Made, Rob Blanton.

National Car Care Month — Tip #1 with Alan Kohler

April is National Car Care Month, and in its honor, ODYSSEY® Battery is providing some helpful battery maintenance tips to optimize vehicle performance for the warmer months ahead. Check out tip #1 featuring ODYSSEY® Battery Marketing Manager, Alan Kohler.

DIY Marine Battery Care Tips

As boating enthusiasts prepare for warmer weather, many assume the do-it-yourself (DIY) task of recommissioning their watercraft. Attention to the boat’s marine battery and its care is an important part of this annual practice. Not only must marine batteries start engines, but they are also responsible for powering onboard accessories. Known as house loads, these accessories can include communications equipment for monitoring weather and contacting...

Marine Battery General FAQ

As the warmer weather approaches, boating enthusiasts tinker with their watercraft to get ready for another season of fishing, watersports and relaxing on the water. Avid boaters can spend hours cleaning hulls, checking drains, waxing fiberglass and meticulously caring for teak accents. Nothing ruins a day planned on the water quicker than an inoperable battery. When you are ready to replace the battery in your boat,...

Minimizing Heavy Duty Vehicle Downtime from No-starts

Heavy duty commercial vehicles require greater capability than light duty vehicles, such as passenger cars. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), heavy duty vehicles must meet requirements that have approximately two times the peak power, four times peak torque and more than five times greater per mile fuel consumption than light duty vehicles. They require larger batteries with as much capacity as 4...