4th of July Hours, New Daily Hours

Tennessee Battery Sales will be closed for the 4th of July holiday (Saturday, July 2nd thru Monday, July 4th.) We will re-open Tuesday, July 5th.

Tennessee Battery Sales will also no longer be open on Saturdays, beginning June 25th. We apologize for any inconvenience this change in regular hours of operation may cause.

HO! HO! HO! Stocking Stuffers are Here!!!

It’s beginning to look like…..the gift-giving season!!!

Everyone could use a good utility knife.  Here are three (and a plasma lighter too!)
of our favorites. In stock now!!!




  • Multi-Purpose Tool that can be used as a Bottle Opener, Screwdriver, Belt Cutter, Glass Breaker and Knife
  • Smart knife with bolt heads 4mm – 12mm, lock knife, 55mm Cutting Edge Knife, Adjustable Spanner (4mm-10mm bolts)
  • Designed with a fine Sandblasted 420 Grade Stainless Steel Blade




The Ball Bearing Flipper Knife features fast and easy one-handed deployment. The reliable ball bearing pivot system provides smooth opening, similar to that of a spring assisted knife. The slim profile and lightweight design allow for convenient carry and the deep-carry pocket clip ensures secure transport while on the go.






The TRUE Plasma Lighter is compact, ruggedized and rechargeable. Micro USB recharge-ability eliminates the need for lighter fluid. The high-visibility blue lid makes it easy to spot, regardless of where life takes you. With the Plasma Lighter’s water, dust & impact-resistant design and windproof plasma arc, you’ll never be without the oldest and most useful tool — fire.




The TORCHY 2K is the perfect everyday carry flashlight, has a MagDock USB rechargeable battery, is water-resistant (IPX6) and equipped with 5 light modes, which are seamlessly transitioned through Smart Power Control. This powerful pocket light features a detachable 2-way clip for convenient carry and hands-free lighting.

The rechargeable TORCHY features Smart Power Control, which allows it to seamlessly transition through its 4 light modes and 1,000 lumen TURBO mode. The powerful magnetic base doubles as the magnetic charging port for the included USB MagCable, and the removable clip provides easy carry or hands-free use as a cap light.


We are giving away a NOCO GB40! This is always good to have in your truck or car especially in the winter months!

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Best of luck to you!  We will randomly select a winner on December 6th!

Is Your Vehicle Ready?

Is your vehicle ready for winter?

Battery 101: Winterizing Car Batteries

Anyone who lives in a cold environment knows the strains winter imposes on your batteries. If the battery is weak to begin with, you can bet a hard freeze will leave your battery deader than a doornail. Contrary to popular belief, the type of battery you have rarely makes a difference – Gel or AGM doesn’t matter. If your battery is weak and it’s cold, you’re asking for your battery to call it quits. Winterizing your battery for the long winter months can go a long way in ensuring you will have a fully charged battery waiting for you when spring hits. Here’s how!

Charge It Up

The number one important rule before putting a battery away for the winter: make sure it’s fully charged. This doesn’t mean you can walk away and forget it. This means your battery needs to begin its time in storage with a full charge – and then you need to check on it periodically and recharge as needed. One way to avoid having to come back and recharge every so often is to hook it up to a trickle charger/maintainer. This will allow you to not have to worry about whether or not it’s charged. You still can’t just walk away and forget it, though. You’ll need to check on it to make sure that everything is working the way it should be.

Manage The Temperature

Believe it or not, batteries are susceptible to extreme temperatures just like you are. The hotter the weather, the faster the battery will discharge. The colder the battery is will cause freezing if the battery is not fully charged.  A partially charged battery will begin to freeze in temperatures as high as 20℉. When a battery is allowed to freeze, the damage done internally is irreversible. If the case cracks due to freezing, you could be looking at a big mess to clean up. Your best bet is to make sure you keep the fully charged battery in a dry cool place. Out of sunlight, away from heater vents, and in an area that will keep the battery away from the dangers of the harsh cold or direct heat.

Get Rid Of The Dirt

The last, yet equally important, step to keeping your battery alive and well through the winter is to clean it and then keep it clean. Dust, dirt, and corrosion are high on the list of reasons your battery discharges faster than it should. Dirt and dust allow for the collection of moisture which can create an electrical current flow from one battery post to the other. This discharge pathway allows the battery to self-discharge at a rate faster than it would naturally. By cleaning the battery before you put it away for the winter, and then keeping it clean while it’s in storage will keep your battery in tip top shape until you’re ready to use it again.

Storing your battery for the winter is a breeze as long as you know the how and the why. By keeping the battery charged you’ll be able to install your battery and go come spring. By keeping it clean you’ll be making sure that your battery isn’t draining faster than it should. And by keeping it out of extreme temperatures you’ll be ensuring that your battery avoids the discharge strain that can cause an early end to its life cycle. So make sure you winterize your batteries this year and enjoy the boost of performance you’ll be sure to get this spring!

(Courtesy of Northeast Battery)

6×16 Interstate Dump Trailer with NEW Gladiator 14ply tires

Don’t miss this deal! Come and see us!  Call for pricing.

Closed Saturday, 10.02.21!!

We apologize for any inconvenience….Tennessee Battery Sales LLC will be closed Saturday, 10/02/21.

Also, our phones have been intermittent this week (we are so sorry for those who have tried to call). If you continue to have problems contacting us, please call 615-516-5554 – This is Teresa Conklin’s (owner) cell number.

Thank you for understanding!


Summer is just around the corner. Don’t get stuck with dead batteries on your golf cart at the campground! Come see us today for Trojan golf cart batteries! We have 6v, 8v, and 12v in stock. Along with golf cart cables and battery terminal protector spray!