Heavy Duty Truck Parts - Service and Repair
Christmas cheer: Transervice delivers presents to employees’ families and the Salvation Army

Transervice continued its tradition of delivering early holiday presents to its employees’ children and grandchildren, aged newborn to 13, at their facilities across North America.

HDA Truck Pride awards scholarships to Northwood students

The scholarships are part of an endowment fund in memory of industry leaders Pete Bley and Jim Burke, Sr.

Monday Trailers & Equipment joins Power Heavy Duty network

Headquartered in Strafford, Missouri, the company says it has steadily expanded its suite of services, while keeping a strong focus on “all things trailer.”

Mastering modern materials and maintenance: Service information holds the key

You must unlearn what you have learned about truck service with this masterful guidance.

TRP opens 100th store in U.S., Canada

The new store is located in St. Cloud, Minnesota.

ADD Group honored with awards from Advance Auto Parts, ACDelco 

ADD Group received the Best Marketing Excellence from Advance Auto Parts and the APC Overdrive from ACDelco.

Love’s invests in Hunter HawkEye XL alignment system

The HawkEye CL alignment system will be brought to five Love’s locations.

Volvo Trucks expands Certified EV dealer network into three new states

Vanguard Truck Centers has completed its Volvo Trucks Certified Electric Vehicle (EV) Dealer program at five locations.

CVMC: Lower truck parts aftermarket sales predicted in the coming months

Commercial Motor Vehicle Consulting’s Parts Aftermarket Sales Leading Indicator fell for the eleventh consecutive month in October.

Tech Tip: Basic troubleshooting for steering assist system

It’s easy to jump to the conclusion that a new part will fix everything, but that’s not always the case.

HDA Truck Pride adds E-W Truck & Equip. Co.

The three-generation, family-owned business in San Diego is the newest member of the HDA Truck Pride network.

Truck service ventriloquism: A mechanic’s unforeseen tale

Believe it or not, trucks are unknowingly themselves all-star ventriloquists.