Car battery

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Most car batteries are used to start the motor. After that the motor operates a generator to charge the battery.[1] Most are lead acid batteries, although some electric cars can have other batteries. Car batteries can be replaced and recycled when they cannot be recharged anymore.

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  1. "NRMA Car Batteries Safety". Retrieved December 15, 2016.