Leaving Car at Airport?
I'm leaving Wednesday and coming back Monday, I am leaving my car at the airport..the temps here in NY vary from the 60's-70's and then down to the 40's-30's at night..my battery is about a year old, car starts up fine, no ongoing problems..should I be ok or will I come home to a dead car?
- ScottLv 710 months ago
It shouldn't be a problem. The airport usually has courtesy service vehicles to help with jump starts, lockouts, etc.
- Anonymous10 months ago
Even if you have a weak battery and goes dead, Airport security can jump you and your alternator will charge it by the time you get home. No worries, but eventually you might want to think about getting a new battery soon if that happens or you can really get stranded.
- Jay PLv 710 months ago
It won't be an issue as long as you don't leave any lights on or anything like that...
- champerLv 710 months ago
It'll be fine, just remember to switch everything off before you go. In any case, at every airport parking facility I've been to they have jump packs etc. to help customers who need them. You won't.
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- JakeLv 710 months ago
as long as its in a garage but if its outdoors dont bother
- 10 months ago
Yes it’s a good idea , saves time and is efficient
- JetDocLv 710 months ago
If you leave your car sitting at home for four days does it still start and run? Why should it be any different when left at an airport for that same amount of time?
- Donnie PorkoLv 710 months ago
If you’re so worried, can’t you park in a multi-level parking lot so that there’s some sort of shelter to kind of keep the temperature from changing too much.
- BobLv 510 months ago
It'll be fine. Just don't leave your dog in the car.
- regeruggedLv 710 months ago
You will be OK. To put your mind at ease, check with airport management. They will have vehicles available to jump start anyone in that situation.