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[Brand Choice] Automotive Batteries

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Automotive Batteries

What is your preferred brand of automotive batteries and why?

Who is the supplier of that brand to you?

What are the battery series that are available in that brand, and what are the warranties?

Who manufactures your choice of battery?

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