Like everything else, your battery can be subject to enough wear and tear that it runs out of charge and stops working. Luckily, a jumpstart can usually recharge the battery, with normal driving then restoring the charge of the battery.
But if your battery is flat, it’s good to know exactly how to jumpstart it.
You’ll need to open the bonnet of the car, then take a set of jumper cables and connect the red cable to the positive terminal of the battery (most batteries mark this with a + symbol) that is doing the charging (this should always be done first) and the positive terminal of the battery that needs charging. Then take the black cable and connect it from the negative terminal of the charging battery to an unpainted heavy part of the engine bay where the battery that needs charging is situated.
You then switch on the engine of the other car, wait for a minute or so, then start your car. Leave both cars connected and running for a few minutes, then remove the cables, reversing the sequence you used to connect them.
It’s then worth going to your local Suzuki Service Centre to get your battery checked out. There’s a possibility that it might need replacing, so making sure will avoid having to jumpstart it again.