About Hume Motors
Hume Motors is the first choice for auto repairs in Albury. With more than 30 years of industry experience, you can rest easy knowing we will get the job done right. Our extensive mechanical services include brake, clutch and shock absorber repairs, radiator repairs, LPG service and repairs, battery charging and sales, exchange heater cores and radiators, lights testing and diagnostics, engine exchange, general mechanical repairs and more. We also do NSW and VIC roadworthys, as well as blue and pink slips servicing for NSW registered cars. Don't suffer through extreme weather, bring your car in to Lavington's auto air conditioning specialists. Our qualified mechanics provide our affordable air conditioning installations, repairs and re-gassing. Our team is kept up-to-date with the latest training and techniques in our industry. You can be assured your vehicle is in good hands at our Lavington mechanical workshop. At Hume Motors, we provide a local area pick-up and drop-off for your convenience. To book your vehicle in for a service or repairs, contact us today.
Bendix brake pads
Batteries (super charge)
Auto Parts & accessories
Brake & clutch repairs radiators
LPG Service & repairs
Exchange heater cores & radiators
Steering & suspension
Auto air conditioning
Auto parts & accessories supply and fits
4WD accessories install
HELLA light tester
Motor vehicle repairer
Motor mechanic repairer specialist
Air conditioning specialists for vehicles
Expect quality workmanship
Brake & clutch
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Great work and excellent service could not recommend enough
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3 years ago
Trustworthy and always do the best job. Staff are very are very nice.
Ways to Pay
NSW registration e.g. blue slips, pink slips
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a heater core do?
As hot coolant leaves the engine, it passes through the heater core which heats up surrounding air. Using the fans off your air conditioning system, this air can then be used to defrost windshields or just warm the car interior.
I'm selling my car, do I need to get a roadworthy certificate?
In NSW it is not required to transfer registration to a new owener however new owners must have a pink slip roadworthy inspection when they receive their renewal notice. In Victoria, all sellers must provide a roadworthy certificate which is less than 30 days old when transferring a registered vehicle.