Truck & Trailer Services


We Service all types of Truck and Trailer Repairs


Mobile Truck & Trailer Repairs

We understand that your truck and trailer are a valuable asset and offer you an extensive range of services to keep them maintained.

Computer Diagnostics

Truck diagnostic tests scan your Truck components and systems to check for issues with components like the engine, transmission, oil tank, throttle, and many more.

Suspension repair

Some common signs that your suspension system needs a little TLC are: Continued bouncing after hitting bumps or a dipping when braking. A drifting or pulling to one side when turning corners. 


The driveline is a less-known but crucial part of the engine in heavy-duty diesel trucks. It’s a system that includes all the gears and axles necessary to ensure that your truck can move quickly and efficiently. 

Fleet Maintenance

Fleet maintenance is the process of keeping your vehicles operating in a good enough condition so that they are safe, reliable and can stay on the road 

Preventative maintenance (grease jobs, brake jobs)

The PMP provides for regular inspections during which the mechanic checks the various components of your vehicle and takes care of all necessary adjustments, repairs, lubrications or replacements.

Pre-cvip inspections

These inspections ensure that these vehicles are maintained and safe. During the inspection, an authorized inspector will inspect your vehicle. They will check the lights, steering, and much more.

General repair

For Truck & Trailer Repair we are equipped to perform a wide variety of repairs and installations on all makes of truck and trailers.

Electrical repair

This typically includes the battery, the starter, and the alternator. Other components are the power glasses, the headlights, the windshield wipers, and more. They are all controlled and powered by electricity to make driving easier and more convenient.

Safety inspection

Our safety inspection covers all the features of your truck that make it safe to drive on the road. That means checking your tires, brakes, lights, mirrors, and things your truck needs to function properly to keep you and your fellow drivers safe.