Will my Toyota C-HR battery survive being parked up for a month?

I am aware of the problems with the starter battery if the C-HR is not used regularly.

I am away in the winter for about a month without the C-HR. What is the best way of insuring that the battery will not be flat on my return?

Asked on 24 July 2023 by rpg

Answered by David Ross
The majority of vehicles might struggle with being left for a month without being started or driven, so we would suggest using a trickle charger for when your Toyota is parked up for a long period.

We recommend the CTEK MXS charger, and you can read our review here: kit.honestjohn.co.uk/reviews/review-ctek-battery-c.../

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