Last summer, the ANWB Wegenwacht had the busiest summer in fifteen years in terms of breakdowns. AutoWeek asked about the most common problems.
1. Battery problems It is usually extra frequent in winter when it comes to battery problems, because of the cold. After all, batteries and low temperatures are not a nice combination and then they either want to get a voltage that is too low to be able to start the car, or they even give up the ghost completely. Nevertheless, battery problems often occurred last summer. So many times, in fact, that it was number 1 when it came to breakdown reports. It was probably a bit more often than in the winter to leave discharged batteries by leaving lights on or charging phones in the car a little too enthusiastically at the campsite. You often solve it yourself with jumper cables and another car, but then you have to …
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