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 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.
Wednesday, 10 January 2018 | Tom
A simple trickle charger may look like a good bet but you run the risk of overcharging your battery and causing permanent damage; here we look at the advantages of a more sophisticated smart charger with maintenance and reconditioning modes.