Professionally current supply

We will respond to the moment and will help you with electricity, whether you are using a car, a jeep or a bus. We work with a young and ambitious team that strives to satisfy even the most demanding clients! Road Assistance Sofia is equipped with professional cables thick 4 squares and 5 meters long, which allows the ignition of powerful diesel engines that require a powerful starting current.

Correct current supply

Current supply seems an easy procedure, but it is not always the case, if you are not cautious, you can damage your vehicle there are many cases with inverted + (plus) and - (minus) that can cost the burning of electronic components of both cars, and the worst case of the entire computer on a car.


Turn off the engine and remove the car from which you will power, open the front cover (if the battery is located at the front) carefully look for the + (plus) and - (minus) batteries. Always the red cable is set to +, and the black one is - (minus) this is done in order not to turn to a cross.

Obviously, on one car the red cable is placed on + and the other car on +, and the black-colored cable on - as shown in the picture above. Take them + with - will give the short and the risk of burning the car's computer is great. Once you have properly inserted the cables, light up the car from which the current will be supplied. Leave it lit for several minutes while periodically touching the insulation of the two cables does not heat up. If you feel that you start to cash you stop the current supply. If the battery you charge is readable, it will be able to light the vehicle for about 2-5 minutes of power. There are other factors on which the speed of current is dependent, and they are: the thickness of the current cables (not their insulation and the inner wire - the conductor). The thicker the cable, the more strain it passes through, and the car lighter. It also matters whether the car is diesel or gasoline. Diesel needs a stronger starting current, and gasoline burns much easier and faster. It also depends on the car how much electronics it has. The newer cars since 2005 are produced with many more electronic components that draw electricity from the battery and therefore need to have more charge.