What is a Battery?
Battery is a tool that provides storage for and distributes electric current, and comes in a rectangular shape. The chemical reaction within the toolbox itself generates electrical energy and, therefore, is the center of all electrical power of the car.
Battery provides electrical current to the car’s ignition, in order to start the engine when the ignition is turned on. The electrical power of the car, therefore, comes from the alternator, except for the operations of other components such as windshield wipers, headlights and light signals, to which the battery directly sends out electrical current.
Once the battery is completely and correctly installed, and some of the electrical power in the battery has been consumed, such power will automatically be regenerated by the alternator while the engine is running.