Repco can help you save fuel and reduce emissions

Vehicles with stop-start engines are becoming increasingly more common on our roads, and with the advancement of this technology, you and your customers need to rely on the battery in these vehicles, time and time again.
With Repco’s range of AGM Stop-Start batteries, made by Century, Repco says you can rely on your battery.
Offering outstanding value, coupled with superior and reliable starting power, your new AGM Stop-Start battery from Repco will provide long term reliability and confidence every time you start your car, at every start at a traffic light and for all the driving in between, says Repco.
The batteries have been designed to deliver superior cycling performance, rapid recharging between repeated engine starts, and the extra power required to run your vehicle’s on-board electrics whilst the engine is stopped.
Repco states its batteries represent the latest in performance for vehicles with AGM Stop/Start and Micro Hybrid technology.
Across the latest six-part number range, 54 makes and 391 models of cars are covered, so Repco says it is bound to have the stop/start battery that you need. Repco’s AGM Stop/Start batteries also come with a 36-month warranty.

Repco explains that it works alongside Century to help the environment, and make it easy for you to do your part too.
By recycling your battery at Repco, you too can make a positive change to the environment – it explains that 98 percent of a battery can be recycled with the plastic, lead and acid components all able to be reprocessed and manufactured into products like cabling, detergents and more.
Through its recycling program, Repco has recycled more than 31,000 batteries in 2021 and in 2022 and states that it wants to continue to increase this number.
You can recycle batteries by dropping them down to your local Repco store during opening hours. Battery recycling through Repco is free and can be done at all stores.
Repco explains there are plenty of benefits to recycling batteries including: protecting wildlife from harmful chemicals, reducing landfill, conserving natural resources, and helping to build a cleaner Australia for future generations.

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