Daimler Truck, Love's partner to boost Freightliner service availability

Daimler Truck, Love’s partner to boost Freightliner service availability

Daimler and Love's partner for increased truck services across US.

Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) and Love’s Travel Stops (Love’s) announced an exclusive strategic partnership to provide select services for Freightliner vehicles at approved Love’s Truck Care and Speedco, a member of the Love’s Family of Companies, locations across the country. Beginning this spring, authorized Love’s locations will provide light mechanical warranty repair work, roadside warranty emergency services, and approved field service and recall campaigns for Freightliner trucks.

With more than 400 Love’s Truck Care and Speedco locations, those approved for providing service offerings, will work directly with their local Freightliner dealer to ensure parts availability, quality repair work, easy warranty claim filing and to help get Freightliner drivers back on the road quickly.

More information about this partnership and service offering details will be available in spring 2023.

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