Battery Service Telephone: (800) 467-0479

AAA Battery Mobile Service

“We come to you”

Each year, millions of motorists are stranded because of a dead battery. We are pleased to partner with AAA to offer our AAA Mobile Battery Service. With this service we come to you wherever you are; your home, your office, at a friend’s house, or even on the roadside. It’s a convenient and quick service and is available in the Greater Waterville area. Our truck is stocked with forty batteries that will fit most cars or trucks and we will send our Certified Battery Technician to diagnose your problem.

Bo – Certified Battery Technician
Bo – Certified Battery Technician

Our AAA Battery Mobile Services include:

  • Free Battery Testing
  • On-site Diagnostic Test of Your System
  • Starting & Charging Your Battery
  • Battery Replacement
  • New batteries come with a 6/year warranty and a 3/year free replacement

So if you have a dead battery on your hands, give us a call, and let us take assist you in your battery replacement and have you on your way in no time!

AAA Members — Call 1-800-222-4357
Non AAA Members — Call 207-872-9511

AAA Members receive $25 off the price of the battery and free installation. If you are not an AAA Member and would like more information on the services they offer, click here.

Battery Care Tips:


Examine your battery for loose cables or corrosion, both of which can cause an unexpected break-down. Ensure terminals and posts are cleaned regularly during every major service.

Listen for Early Warning Sounds

One of the most common signs of a weak battery is a grinding or hesitation sound when the ignition is turned to the crank position. To detect early signs of failure, have your battery tested annually by AAA Battery Service provider or at a AAA Approved Automotive Repair facility.

Check your Battery’s Birthday

Older car batteries are less likely to start in extreme weather such as freezing cold or heat. A battery, depending on the area in Not America, will typically last an average of 3 to 4 years. If you believe your battery needs replacement, call AAA Battery Service who will test the charging system thoroughly, free of charge, before installing a new battery.


Don’t check your battery near an open flame or someone who is smoking. Avoid any contact with eyes, skin, clothing and painted surfaces as batteries contain corrosive materials if not handled properly. We recommend that an automotive specialist check your battery.