I read on a couple of posts that it is not recommended to jump start because some problems might arise. I cannot find any of the posts where i read this so i wasnt able to reply on there but does anyone know what kind of problems will occur if a hellcat gets jumped often?
My SOP is to use jump starting as a last resort. So far I have not had to have a car jump started in as long as I can remember.
I hate to say it but I am loathe to offer my car to provide a jump start. I don't carry jumper cables.
The risk is the cables can be connected wrong (reversed) or while connected correctly can result in a voltage surge/spike.
If you have to jump start your car once that's bad enough. If you have to jump start it more than once you need to get the reason why it needs to be jump started sorted out.
I can offer my experience with my Hellcat is it did not like to sit unused for any real length of time. It never sat so long to require a jump start but I made it a point to use the car often enough this kept the battery healthy. (Connecting a battery charger/maintainer was not an option.)
If you don't or can't use your car often enough to keep the battery topped up you need a battery charger/maintainer.