It’s the same battery you’re used to using for your car, but this time it’s a rechargeable one.CBC News spoke to a few people who have used rechargeable batteries in their vehicles and found some interesting things about the technology.
You can use the car charger to charge your smartphone or tablet and it’s also an energy-efficient way to use electricity.
But there’s one big difference between car chargers and rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.
Car chargers can charge your laptop, but they can’t charge your cellphone.
“What’s different with this is the energy density of the battery,” said Dr. Mark G. Grewal, president and CEO of EcoSmart Energy Solutions.
“With a recharge, you can actually charge a cell phone, so you can charge it in a car.
That’s not true with a car charger.”
In the past, cars and trucks used rechargeables, which were lighter and could be stored in the trunk.
They also had more space to store them, allowing them to recharge more often.
But in the past few years, car batteries have become more expensive and more bulky, and car chargars have become a more popular option.
The battery companies that sell them say it makes sense for them to make the batteries more compact and more powerful so they can be used in smaller vehicles and for smaller electric vehicles.
But some experts say the batteries are getting heavier and heavier as the car’s range increases.
“They’re heavier than we’ve ever seen before.
And that’s going to be a problem for the auto industry, for consumers and ultimately for the environment,” said Scott Bays, director of sustainability and climate change at the Environmental Defense Fund.
The car charger will also likely not work with all cars, especially older ones.
Grewal said he believes most cars will continue to use traditional car chargors until batteries are able to handle the increased charge pressure of a car in traffic.
But the biggest concern for electric car owners is that the chargers will be so heavy they’ll start to sag and start to leak, which could result in the batteries exploding and injuring themselves.
“It’s a very dangerous thing, it’s just an inevitable reality,” Grewl said.
He added that if you’re in a high-density car, he’s worried you could be hurt by the charger if it’s not properly maintained.
“The more you can pack in the charger and the more you pack the charger in, the more it’s going the wrong way.
That can be a serious issue,” he said.CBC Health reporter Laura Smith is a health and science reporter.