Batteries in the Winter
We live in Eastern Washington where the winters are fairly cold. For the last two years I have removed my 2 deep cell batteries and stored them in the garage, charging them up monthly. This has worked well, but I am now thinking as long as I have on shore power that will keep them constantly charged up, their removal and storage may not be necessary. I am curious how others in northern states deal with their batteries. Thanks!
2011 Jayflight 23FB G2
2003 Chevy 1500 4x4
Wife Peggy and 2 Beagles and a rescue Cocker Spaniel
2007 Yamaha Grizzly 400 ATV and Yamaha 2000 watt Genny
Me/retired insurance claims and DW/retired RN.
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