Semi Truck Repair & Service
24 Hour Semi Truck is your Right Choice For Repair and Service:
Family owned and operated, 24 Hour Semi Truck Repair offers a great service to those in need of a semi-truck repair or semi-truck service by providing repairs in our shop or out on the road with our mobile mechanic trucks
We are here twenty-four hours a day including Holidays to provide truck service and truck repair.
We care, Have Heart, and a Conscience. Very rarely do some shops care, have a heart, or have a conscience. All about money and nothing about quality of service and repair. We at 24 hour semi truck repair in 18410 Highway P Licking, Missouri 65542. We treat you and your rig with the best possible care and a mind on your safety to you and others out there on the open road.
- We are open 24 hours a Day
- Weare open On All Holidays
- We offer transportation to and from Motel
- We provide Showers and offer the use of our laundry room
- Great and friendly staff
- Truckers lounge
- Fax Service
Some Areas of What We Repair and Service Are:
- Forced Regen
- Diesel Engine Repair and Service
- Starter Replacement
- Alternator Replacement
- Wheel bearing and Seal change
- Water Pump Replacement
- Brake Replacement
- Oil Changes
- Head gasket Replacement
- Transmission Service and Replacement
- Power Divider Remove and Replace
- Tire Repair and Tire Change
- On-Board Computer and Sensor Repair
- We offer much more, please call Us 573-341-0111 for more details
Semi-Truck Maintenance Tips
You can prevent many simple as well as not-so-simple problems by having regular servicing and preventative maintenance done on your tractor-trailer.
Yes, regular maintenance will keep your brakes from grabbing, the engine from humming, and the undercarriage free from dirt.
Here are some preventative things you can do to avert major repairs:
Create a Plan To Check Brake Wear and Failure:
Brake failure arguably is the biggest cause of accidents involving semi-trucks.
Thus, it’s crucial to have a professional truck technician service your truck brakes regularly to avoid catastrophic results that often lead to damages and third-party lawsuits.
How long a rig can roam between brake servicing depends on the driver’s driving habits. And no matter how good of a driver you’re, always have your brakes inspected and the fluid changed every once in a while.
Also, have the brake pads, bushings, pins, and springs changed regularly as they wear quickly. For the drums, your experts should replace them at the same time with shoes since they develop heat cracks and also wear down.
And don’t forget to ask your service provider to grease the “S” cams, slack adjusters, and check the brake air horses as well as brake linings.