Truck Repair FAQs

We operate a policy of “first in, first out” – but also provide fast service, 7:30AM – 6:00PM Mon – Sat emergency road services 

We understand that every day your truck is out of commission, it’s costing you money. We make every effort to repair work trucks as quickly as possible. 


The best thing to do is to give us a call and tell us the problem. We can usually adjust our work schedule to quickly service or repair your truck.

If we are too busy to handle your repair request immediately, we can help you find someone who can.

We work on all the major brands of tractor-trailers, and mid-sized trucks, including International, Peterbilt, Mack, Mitsubishi, Freightliner, Ford, GMC, Western Star, Kenworth, Volvo, Sterling, Isuzu, and more.

We work on all the major brands of trailers, including dry van trailers, flatbed trailers, and refrigerated trailers.

Brands include Trailmobile, Featherlite, Utility, Great Dane, Wabash, Ledwell, Evan, and more.

We offer 8:00AM – 6:00PM Mon – Sat emergency roadside assistance, within a 60 mile radius of our location in Jacksonville, Florida.
We can diagnose your vehicle for a small fee which will be applied as a credit to the service invoice if you have us complete the work. For services that do not require diagnostics we can provide an estimate.
We provide repairs and maintenance on all makes and models of commercial heavy trucks

We recommend rotating your truck tires every 6000miles or during every other oil change. Rotating your tires will prevent uneven wear and tear on your tires.

It could be Yearly or quarterly, it depends on your Company’s requirements.

We handle all of your repair needs. Whether it be something as simple as a light that needs replaced or a transmission, we can do it. Sometimes it may also be cheaper and easier to just repair it instead of a full replacement. That choice is yours.

Our prices not only compare, but most of the time they beat the big companies. Quality is the best in the business and we back up all of our work 100%.

Milky brown engine oil is an indication of coolant in the oil. This can be caused by a blown head gasket, a failed transmission cooler, or cracked casings. This condition is very serious and needs to be checked by a professional diesel technician immediately.

Yes, we do it, Commercial trucks, box trucks, RVs, 5th Wheel Trailers, and trailers.

Yes, thus it’s crucial to have a professional service your vehicle’s brakes regularly to avoid catastrophic results that often lead to damages and third-party lawsuits.

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