Motorcycle Trickle Charger?

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A trickle charger is useful to keep a slow charge on a battery to prolong its life, rather than charging it from a fully depleted or dead state. While there are some trickle chargers dedicated to motorcycles, there are also general trickle chargers that have several different modes of use. It is best to get one that recognizes when the battery is fully charged so that the charger shuts off automatically as you can then leave the trickle charger hooked up to your motorcycle indefinitely. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for locating and removing your motorcycle battery. Then, follow the manufacturer's directions for hooking up the charger to the battery.
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