It was a cold and windy morning. One of those where I could not wait to get the car started and warmed up so I could turn the heater on. When I went to start the car, nothing at all occurred. As I looked toward the middle of the dashboard I saw that the red triangle lit up. The battery was dead.
My time had come. To find a hybrid battery replacement for my car. I pulled out the yellow pages on my lunch break and started calling some dealerships to see how much a hybrid battery replacement would cost me. I was in shock about the price range. A hybrid battery replacement was going to run me an average of four digits.
So it all came down to the fact that I had three options to find a hybrid battery replacement and get my car back on the road. Which became a top priority on my list. I have a wife and she was going to have a baby in a month. So I had no choice. I needed to find a hybrid battery replacement with no time to go bargain shopping.
So I had three options in my adventure to find a hybrid battery replacement.
I could call around and see how much a rebuilt battery would cost. I could purchase a new battery for my car to replace the dead one I had. The last one on the list was to just go out and buy a new car.
From all the dealerships I called the price for a hybrid battery replacement was the same. It would cost me four thousand dollars. The battery was eight years old with a couple of months added on top of that. Remembering it was guaranteed I pulled out the warranty …Read More