Nobody knows your vehicle better than you; if you suspect it isn’t driving the way it used to, there’s a good chance you’re correct. The truth of the matter is there are countless reasons and remedies for such a broad subject, but Larry's Automotive in Newburgh, IN has compiled a list of a few common problems that can cause a vehicle to drive poorly.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you own or operate a fleet or commercial truck. If you do, then you probably know the difference between a job done, a job done well, and a job done perfectly. At Larry's Automotive in Newburgh, IN, we strive for the latter.
Does your fleet have vehicles equipped with four-wheel or all-wheel drive? More and more, companies are moving towards vehicles equipped with one or the other - they’re safer and more useful, particularly in inclement weather or less than ideal conditions. If your fleet is powered by all four wheels, Larry's Automotive in Newburgh, IN has you covered.
Ride quality is an essential part of your driving experience. At Larry's Automotive in Newburgh, IN, we strive to keep your truck as smooth and comfortable to drive as the day it came off the lot. Your shock absorbers play a huge role in ride quality; here’s what you should know.
Your vehicle's engine needs clean air to burn the fuel – and it needs a lot of clean air. In fact, a typical vehicle needs about 216,000 gallons of air for every tank of gas. All that air passes through a filter that catches the dust and dirt. Eventually, the filter gets completely full, and because the filter can only hold so much, dirt starts getting through. At Larry's Automotive in Newburgh, we ensure you get the best air quality in your vehicle and explain the process of where this dirty air is going to our area drivers.
When you get in your car, truck, SUV, or minivan to drive and the A/C does not work what could be wrong? Here at Larry's Automotive, we have some simple answers to help you understand how your vehicle A/C system works. The first question we are asked is "Why isn't my air conditioner blowing cold air?" Let's talk about what could be happening.