GET YOUR TRUCK SERVICE FROM THE LEADING TECHNICIANS AT STTC
For over sixty years, STTC has built a reputation for being one of the most service-focused tires and truck service shops around. We’ve grown to be a powerhouse thanks to our dedication to doing every job right, with top-quality parts, and technicians whose training and service ethic goes above and beyond. Our mechanical division, Service Tech, offers drive-in, mobile, and emergency vehicle maintenance. What separates Service Tech apart from our competition is our adherence to a high level of service. This is warranted by some of the quickest turn times in our markets, so that your vehicle will be repaired in a matter of days not weeks. Another differentiator is our usage of high quality OEM grade parts. Our shops and mobile fleets utilize the same parts program to ensure that Service Tech offers a network of consistency that can be relied upon. Our well trained technicians and company history of Service all combined with our high quality parts will assure you that your vehicle will be repaired efficiently and correctly the 1st time. See below regarding our different services.
STTC Offers A Full Range of Mechanical Truck & Trailer Services
All vehicle maintenance is performed by an expert staff of certified STTC repair technicians.
Mechanical Emergency Road Calls Also Available
Through the STTC Road Assist™ program, we can be there to provide the emergency truck service you need anywhere in the nation, 24/7/365, with one of the best response times in the industry. Whenever you need us, just call 877-748-2825.
Submitted by Editor STTC on Thu, 9/17/2020 - 8:00 am
Trucking Leads In Pandemic Protection At the time of this post, COVID-19 has swept the entire globe leaving few countries untouched. In the United States, almost seven million cases have been reported with 190,000 casualties. In this situation, trucking has been an example of pandemic protection. There is no denying how this global crisis …
Submitted by Editor STTC on Wed, 9/9/2020 - 8:00 am
Despite the global crisis, there has been no shortage of exciting developments in trucking technology. Driverless truck Early in June of 2020, a grant was approved for the Indiana and Ohio Department of Transportation. This $4.4 million federal grant is to be used to prepare Interstate 70 for semi-autonomous and autonomous truck traffic. The driverless …