By: Urvi Patel
It's another day in the life of an adult. You step into your car, turn the key in the ignition...and your car doesn't start. "Oh no," you think. What's that clicking sound? Is this the real "Remix to Ignition?”
Unfortunately, you aren't R. Kelly and the reality is, your car battery might be dead. Luckily, jump starting a car is pretty simple if you have jumper cables (we recommend that you keep these in your trunk car at all times), another car, and go by the following steps (created with help from this article)! For the purpose of differentiating the cars, we’ll call the car whose battery isn’t dead, the savior.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD: Failure to follow these step-by-step instructions could result in electrical shock or other serious injury. If you are unsure about these steps, please contact a mechanic, roadside assistance, or another car specialist for help.