Freezing Temps No Match for Jump-N-Carry

“I live in northern Minnesota and drive a 2008 TrailBlazer. The battery I had in the SUV was a year old. It was a cold winter night, January 30, 2019, -40˚ below zero. I was at work, working a 12 hour shift and went out to start my SUV. Nothing.…

Q&A Related to Jump Starter Health

­ We get a lot of phone calls, email inquiries, Facebook posts and blog comments related to jump starter health. After “Where can I go to buy your products?,” it is probably the question most frequently asked of us. Sometimes, the question is very specific, relating to a jump starting…

Organized Jump Starting

“I am a mobile tech here in the southeast and batteries take a beating with the changing seasons and high humidity! For the longest time, when I had to jump a weak battery, I would bring out the heavy duty jumper cables and park my truck as close as possible…

A Life of JNC Jumps

“I have been using my trusty JNC660 for the last 12 years. It all started in Boston. As a poor medical student, I was driving a 17 year old car on its last legs. I had it parked in an alleyway spot for several weeks before winter and when I…

Booster PAC Means Independence

Editor’s Note: A common theme we hear from customers is their appreciation for the independence that owning a jump starter brings to their everyday. Particularly for our women customers, eliminating the need to ask a stranger for a jump using booster cables brings great peace of mind, as noted by…

JNC Saves a Hot August Night

My wife, Lisa, and I had just completed the car inspection at the 2018 Hot August Nights event held at the Atlantis Casino, Reno, NV. We finished restoring a 1947 Ford Coupe 3 days before the event, after 3 years of on and off work. Not a lot of time…

Helping Others with JNC

We have stated this before, but it bears repeating. Our customers are some of the most generous and kindhearted people we know. We have received countless stories of how they have used products manufactured by us to not only alleviate a problem in their own lives, but also to help…