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12 Years of Service Makes a Strong Referral

January 2015 | By Youssef Sleiman

When it comes to cars and trucks, it's sometimes surprising what can go wrong: ignition coils, pinion bearings, washer fluid leaks.

For one Albuquerque resident, the big surprise was what worked really well. 

John Lisica's battery lasted 12 years in his Dodge Ram.

John Lisica’s 12-year relationship started with a mechanic's suggestion.

 

In 1995, John bought his brand new Dodge Ram 1500 pickup. When it was time to replace the original battery, his local mechanic recommended an MT-27 from Interstate Batteries.

John gave it a try. After all, how long can a replacement battery last? Try 12 years. Talk about dependable.

John was so impressed that his battery could withstand Albuquerque’s extreme temperatures that he only wanted an Interstate to replace it. Besides, he has more to do in the next 12 years than think about finding a new truck battery.

Cars and trucks may not always be reliable. It’s good to know their batteries can be.

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