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Battery Zone Roadside Assist

We have all been there when you jump in the car and it won't start! 

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'We Keep You' Campaign

Battery Zone launches a new and exciting marketing campaign!

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Helping restore New Zealand waterways one plant at a time

Century Yuasa Batteries is proud to continue its support for the Million Meters streams project which is a not for profit organisation. This...

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Avoid becoming a maritime breakdown statistic

Imagine spending the afternoon listening to music and watching your fish finder whilst moored on a deserted beach, only to reach the end of an...

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Rod and Shavaun Harvey take on Winternationals 2019

Yuasa Batteries brand ambassador Rod Harvey appeared on channel 7's Sunrise program last weekend, alongside his wife Natalie, and two children...

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Battery Zone Secures Sponsorship for Carlos Harvey

Battery Zone is proud to announce a new partnership with Carlos Harvey that will see Battery Zone as the team’s naming rights sponsor for the...

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Getting the most out of your battery

Regular testing and inspection will help to maximise battery life. A routine inspection at least once a month is recommended to maintain optimum...

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Deep Cycle Batteries Explained

A deep cycle battery is a lead-acid battery designed to be regularly discharged then recharged again. In a battery, one discharge plus one recharge...

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Car Batteries VS Marine Batteries. What’s the difference?

Unlike car batteries which generally travel on smooth, sealed roads, marine batteries must be able to resist vibration from wave pounding and...

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Car Batteries VS Deep Cycle Batteries. What’s the difference?

Car batteries are specially designed to provide a short, sharp burst of power in order to crank over and start the vehicle’s engine.

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40% of All Road Side Callouts Are Battery Related

Before heading out on your next road trip, take the time to check your battery and avoid becoming one of New Zealand’s breakdown statistics...

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