Thursday, 2 December 2021 | Tom
With winter now here and some serious frosts, now is the time to think about your car battery. Battery related faults are the number one cause of vehicle breakdowns - find out what are the main problem areas, how can you spot them and what you should do to avoid any issues with your battery this winter.
Tuesday, 12 October 2021 | Tom
Many Japanese import cars have batteries that use different part number to the European codes, for example 46B24L; these are known as JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard) codes - read on to find out what they mean
Tuesday, 28 September 2021 | Tom
PayPal Pay in 3 is now available at MDS - easily split your purchase in to 3 payments with no interest or additional charges - use the PayPal Checkout and then select the Pay in 3 option within your PayPal account (subject to status and minimum purchase of £30).
Monday, 16 August 2021 | Tom
Yuasa have just launched four new models for their HJ Series of replacement AGM car batteries and a fresh new design for the existing models in the range - these batteries in JIS case sizes are specially designed for Japanese import vehicles
Thursday, 25 March 2021 | Tom
Over half the batteries returned to us as faulty prove to be flat and simply need charging - read our advice on what could be causing the problems and how to save the expense and delay of returning a battery unnecessarily
Thursday, 30 April 2020 | Tom
In these difficult times, it is important that you don't forget about you car battery - long periods of non use or short, infrequent journeys can cause a battery to discharge and fail causing long term damage to your battery.
Tuesday, 10 March 2020 | Tom
We are often asked for manufacturing date codes on CSB batteries - here's a simple explanation of how they work
Tuesday, 8 October 2019 | Tom
A common query is what's the difference between a T1 and a T3 car battery terminal - the T1 terminal is wider and common on European vehicles, the T3 is often found on Japanese cars - read on for full details.