Your Vehicle Battery Is Low
Our Advanced Vehicle Management system has identified that your vehicle's battery has fallen below 11.8V. By quickly identifying that your battery needs attention, you'll be back on the road in no time.
What could have caused a flat battery?
- Lights were left on.
- Vehicle has been idle for a long period.
- Battery leak.
- Alternator troubles.
- Old age.
What do I need to do?
While your vehicle might appear fine to start, we recommend taking the following steps immediately to ensure the battery is at full charge.
Firstly, consider if the battery may have become flat due to a long period of inactivity or lights being left on. If so, you should be able to fix the problem by simply taking the car for a drive - about 15 to 20 minutes should be enough to recharge the battery.
If you're unsure why the battery became flat, it's best to take it to an authorised supplier for a quick battery check. These are usually free. You can locate your closest Fleetcare authorised supplier by using our Fleetcare Finder.
I need further assistance, who do I call?
If you require further assistance or advice, call Fleetcare on 134 333. Our team will be able to assist with your query and have you back on the road in no time.