When Changing Car Batteries at the Costco Parking Lot, Be Sure to Leave the Dead One in a Shopping Cart

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That way, you’re making things easier for whomever ends up having to dispose of your worthless hunk ‘o junk.

That way you’ll be so much classier than those people who leave their old car batteries on the ground, right?

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3 Responses to “When Changing Car Batteries at the Costco Parking Lot, Be Sure to Leave the Dead One in a Shopping Cart”

  1. Jesse Mullan says:

    Weird, used car batteries are worth a few bucks for recycling. There’s a “core charge” at most parts stores…

  2. sfcitizen says:

    You’re seriously? All right, maybe this was Costco’s way of moving batteries around. Didn’t look like it though.

    I’d thought you’d have to pay to get rid of a car battery the way you do to get rid some things.

    I have a massive, nine-year-old made-in-Japan Panasonic that’ll cost $200-something to replace. I hope it never dies…

  3. thundt says:

    Drop them off for recycling at Kragen.