On 19 Oct 2005 at 21:36, ZoboHerald@aol.com wrote:
> Mostly daylight driving in clear weather means very little
> overall demand for juice, but rainy days (headlights required in rain
> in NY -- a good idea, IMHO) and night driving would take the battery
> down quite a bit more quickly.
I would think that starting the car is a pretty big demand though for
a short time. Given good weather and daylight, the number of days
you can drive on one battery is probably limited by how many times
your start it (twice a day, to and from work?) more than by the
actual distance you drive. But then, what do I know?
> I suspect that you'd find pretty much the same results with a TR4. If
> you're worried, buy a cheap Group 24 battery
Tha's what I wuz gonna' suggest. Just carry a spare battery! It's
'80 Spitfire, '70 GT6+
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