HDA Truck Pride adds Superior Diesel, Inc. as new member

HDA Truck Pride adds Superior Diesel, Inc. as new member

Based in Illinois, the company offers complete suspension service, A/C repair, engine overhauls, after-treatment services, electrical, diagnostics and complete trailer repairs.

HDA Truck Pride announced the expansion of its footprint in Illinois with the addition of Superior Diesel, Inc., as its newest member. The company offers complete suspension service, air conditioning repair, engine overhauls, after-treatment services, electrical, diagnostics and complete trailer repairs.

Founded in 1979, Superior Diesel got its start as a gas station with three bay doors servicing mostly automotive vehicles and farm trucks. Over the years, it removed the gas pumps and switched its attention to heavy-duty parts and service. Superior Diesel now has two locations in Waterman and DeKalb, both of which offer a comprehensive range of services to keep trucks and trailers on the move, according to HDA Truck Pride.

Both locations maintain a well-stocked inventory, ensuring quick access to the parts needed for efficient repairs. Qualified diesel technicians specialize in various repairs, preventive maintenance services and more extensive overhauls, providing customers with dependable and timely solutions, HDA Truck Pride said.

“Over the course of their 35-year journey of service to the trucking community in Illinois, Superior Diesel has built a stellar reputation for delivering outstanding customer service,” said HDA Truck Pride CEO Tina Hubbard. “This reputation and their commitment to their community strongly aligns with HDA Truck Pride’s commitment to serving the trucking industry. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

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