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Betcha Didn't Know: Fast Facts About Lead-Acid Batteries (III).

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6. What kind of battery is used in most electric vehicles?

Lead-acid batteries power the country's electric fork and scissor lift trucks, golf cars, mining vehicles, street sweepers, mail delivery vehicles and indoor and outdoor passenger shuttles.

7. Where do you find the most lead-acid batteries?

On land, batteries start and power vehicles; back up uninterruptible operations like hospitals, air traffic controls, railroad signals and weapons systems; and help electric utilities shift loads among grids. Batteries are on the water, too, powering navigational signals, backing up critical systems in submarines, starting engines and powering electrical devices in boats.

Courtesy of ARA Content, www.aracontent.com, e-mail: info@aracontent.com

EDITOR'S NOTE: For more information, contact Jeannine Addams, Tarkenton & Addams, Inc., 404/231-1132; jfaddams@taradd.com.

Battery Council International is the not for profit trade organization representing lead-acid battery manufacturers and recyclers in the U.S and around the world. It is the authoritative source of lead-acid battery related information.

Image 1: Lead-acid batteries, the same batteries that start your car, also keep the phones working during power outages and back up cell phone transmitters and critical operations such as computer networks, hospitals and air traffic control systems.




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