About Our Box Truck Repair Services
Rocky Mountain Truck Centers has been hard at work keeping your commercial trucks and box trucks on the road in Texas for over 25 years, and our ASE Certified technicians remain dedicated to perfecting the most advanced solutions to suit your truck’s needs. Our team boasts 750 years of combined experience and we have seen it all. The knowledge and experience that we have been able to share with our customers have provided them with a reliable go-to commercial and box truck repair shop in Abilene for all of their box truck repair, cube van repair, delivery and service truck repair, regional and long haul truck repair needs.
As a prominent dealership alternative, our mission is to support you with fast diagnosis and repair services that will keep your truck profitable because we know how important your services are. We are industry professionals, serving other industry professions.
As a full-service truck center, we’re capable of all the usual truck repair services, including diesel repair and engine overhaul, transmissions, differentials, drivetrains, electrical systems, brakes, check engine lights, air conditioning, performance, fuel systems, and heavy-duty wheels and tires DOT inspections, and trailer repair.
But beyond our regular truck repair services, we also support fleet managers with custom preventative maintenance plans that help to schedule maintenance at a time that works best. We understand that preventative maintenance can drastically reduce your downtime and lessen your need for frequent repairs. By staying ahead of maintenance issues, we’re able to assist Texas drivers and fleet managers in saving on repair costs and untimely breakdowns that come with a hefty price tag.
Our goal is to keep your individual commercial box truck or fleet in top condition because we know that a parked truck doesn’t turn a profit. When an unfortunate breakdown does occur, our Rapid Repair Assessment ensures that you’ll have a detailed estimate within 2 hours of service write-up. We’ll determine the severity of the damage and calculate downtime, replacement parts, and full costs so that you can plan your next run with confidence.