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Batteries

Currently Car & Van batteries are click & collect only.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused

YMF stock a wide range of premium quality car and van batteries for all vehicles. our range includes Starter Batteries, Light Commercial Vehicles Batteries, Motorcycle Batteries, AGM and EFB Start-Stop Batteries and Marine Batteries.

Automotive batteries are used to store electrical energy and release it when required to power various electrical components on your vehicle including the starter motor, headlights, car radio's etc.

Car batteries are classed as secondary batteries which means they can be charged and discharged multiple times without having to be thrown away. They are charged as you drive by the alternator so they are mostly maintenance free.

Enter your vehicle registration number to the left and we'll find your exact car, then click on one of the categories below to find the battery suitable for your exact vehicle.

Can't find what you're looking for? No problem, just give us a call on 01904 230125 or use our live chat feature to speak to one of our experts and find what you need.

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All of our automotive batteries come from approved suppliers, including Yuasa, Bosch, Hella, AD and more to ensure the highest quality range of products possible.

We deliver nationwide and offer FREE delivery on orders over £30 with a Click & Collect service also available. Simply order your parts online, choose one of our six locations in Yorkshire to collect from and pay for the goods. We welcome trade and retail customers and are always happy to help.

Buy Van and Car Batteries online today with YMF Car Parts.

It's vital to ensure you fit the right battery in your car or van, especially with modern vehicles. Make sure you get the right battery with our registration search and ensure it is fitted correctly.

If you find starting your car is becoming more of a challenge or feel the condition of your battery is worsening, get it checked out by your local garage. The technician will be able to tell you quickly whether it needs replacing or not, without any obligation.

Dead car batteries are one of the most common issues with cars. Common signs your battery is dying include: the check engine light is on, the engine is slow to start, lights are dim, you're having electrical problems, battery connectors are eroded, you can smell something rotten, the battery case has become misshapen, or your battery is getting old (5 years or older)

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