Renault Van Batteries
If you are relying on your Renault Van for work the last thing you want on your hands is an engine that just won't start. If it is more than three years since you last bought a new battery for you van it might be time to give this some serious thought. If you have noticed that it takes more and more attempts each time to get your engine started in the rapidly dropping temperatures of those winter's mornings, or if your in-car electronics just don't last as long as they used to before you have to switch on the engine and replenish the battery it might just be time for a battery change.
A cheap van battery will cost around £50-60, and will do just fine if you aren't doing anything too taxing for your battery. A good quality battery is required to facilitate current heavy in-car systems and so it might be worth the investment if you plan to use these sorts of gadgets. A good quality battery can cost upwards of £100, but lasts on average two times longer than a similar battery of lower quality (2-3 years for a lower quality battery compared to 5-6 years of the higher end models); although the high-end batteries cost more up front, you will be saving money in the long term.
Don't leave it too late to change your battery. Being stranded unable to get to work isn't fun, and you will be kicking yourself for not thinking about it sooner. A new battery will give you the confidence and peace of mind that your van will be ready to go when you are; so if your battery is over 3 years old, get it changed for a newer model. It could just be the best thing you've ever bought for your Renault Van.