Frequently Asked Questions

What vehicles and industries do you service?

At All Things Truck & Trailer, we service all makes and models of heavy-duty diesel truck and fleet needs.

How often should tires be rotated?

We recommend rotating your truck tires every 6000 miles or during every other oil change. Rotating your tires will prevent uneven wear and tear. At All Things Truck & Trailer, we’ll work in regular tire rotations to your vehicle’s preventative maintenance schedule.

How often should I check my alignment?

We recommend checking your alignment on a yearly basis along with your regular preventative maintenance checks.

Why does my truck pull to the side when I brake?

Your truck may be experiencing issues with the hydraulic brakes, the steering or chassis. If you notice pulling it’s time to schedule an appointment at All Things Truck & Trailer to get your vehicle serviced.

Do all your repairs meet DOT Inspection specifications?

At All Things Truck & Trailer, we take pride in our quality workmanship. We’ve built our reputation on doing the job right! All of our repair work meets both State and Federal DOT requirements to keep you and your fleet safe.

What should I do if my truck starts to overheat?

This is a very serious problem - if your truck overheats for too long, you can damage your diesel engine. Find a safe place to pull off the road as soon as possible and shut the diesel engine off. Avoid attempting to check the fluid level in the radiator; the hot fluid can cause severe burns. The best thing to do is have your truck towed to All Things Truck & Trailer, or to the nearest, trusted diesel truck repair facility.

Do you offer Engine Repair or Overhaul?

All Things Truck & Trailer has a team of experienced and certified mechanics that can diagnose and repair, overhaul or swap your heavy-duty truck’s engine to have it working like new again.

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