Battery Center

Quick Lane Tire & Auto at Al Packer is your one-stop shop in Middle River when you need a new car battery. See why customers from Baltimore, Overlea, Nottingham and beyond come to us when it's time for a new battery.

Your battery can go bad literally overnight. That's why we offer a free battery inspection at Quick Lane Tire & Auto at Al Parker. Let our friendly, professional experts inspect your vehicle's battery before it leaves you stranded.

Look for the warning signs of battery fatigue: difficulty with vehicle starting, low headlight intensity, power accessories that are sluggish (lift gates or windows that operate slower than normal).

Battery services offered by Quick Lane Tire & Auto at Al Packer.

  • FREE Battery Inspection
  • Battery Replacement
  • Charging System Inspection
  • Battery Cable Cleaning and Replacement
  • Battery Fluid Refilling
  • Alternator Replacement

Even a new battery will quickly lose juice if your truck, SUV or sedan has problems with the electrical system. The problem may be your vehicle's alternator, which recharges the battery whenever you drive. A worn out or damaged alternator may not produce enough electricity to replenish all the power used during driving (think starting the vehicle, operating lights, powering windows and recharging smart phones).

(Quick Lane Tire & Auto at Al Packer recycles automotive batteries. This environmentally-friendly program helps reduce resources needed to manufacture new batteries while diverting toxic waste from landfills.)

How To Choose the Right Vehicle Battery

How To Choose the Right Vehicle Battery

Batteries are fickle things. Too much cold, too much heat and they can stop performing. Fear not--there are some simple ways of keeping the power flowing all year long. See how.

Don't let all the small electronics turn a good day bad

Don't let all the small electronics turn a good day bad

It’s not enough anymore for your car’s battery to just help start the engine. It also needs to power a navigation system, charge your cell phone, operate a back-up camera and a plethora of 21st century conveniences. 

So how do you ensure your battery has enough strength to do all that and prevent you from being stranded thousands of miles from home on your summer road trip?