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A sturdy mount mechanism and carefully routed cables will save you many headaches in the long run. If a battery bounces loose in a vehicle and shorts itself across substantial metal, the ensuing high current flow can generate tremendous heat, and can start a fire. This is made even more possible with the nearby presence of flammable fluids, such as gasoline or diesel, auto transmission fluid, or motor oil.

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