Heavy Truck Service Means Big Wheels Keep on Rolling

Canada, with a superb central location, has become a leader in global logistics, and this growth pattern is expected to continue in the 21st century. In the Montreal area, for example, modern intermodalities utilize the most efficient land, sea and air routes to build vast and intricate transportation networks. The Port of Montreal is the world’s largest inland port, and cargo containers and trailers are loaded, off-loaded, re-loaded and hustled-away to their final destinations. Nowhere in the process is there a “good time” for vehicle breakdowns or failures. Truck maintenance is a key operation, one that literally keeps the wheels of commerce rolling, and qualified heavy truck service is needed to keep big rigs in good running order.

As profit margins shrink, to the point where “everything counts”, truckers (from fleet owners to single-truck owner/operators) benefit when they can rely on a firm for complete heavy truck service. There are already so many obstacles and time-constraints to overcome to stay profitable that down-time is a “luxury” that few truckers can afford. Good truck maintenance cannot be an afterthought, rather, sound mechanical operation, assured by top-flight heavy vehicle maintenance, must claim a high priority. Chewing gum, duct tape and wads of tobacco may be the stuff of repair legend, but today’s drivers will sleep more soundly knowing that their rig is being treated with greater diligence and with more modern techniques. And to avoid need out heavy truck towing service.

Heavy vehicle maintenance is a constant challenge in Canada, where harsh weather and extensive highway usage combine to take a heavy toll on big rigs. Truck maintenance is mandatory and superior heavy vehicle maintenance is what T.M.S. Truck Masters delivers, offering heavy truck service that keeps drivers and freights safe on the road. Accreditation by SAAQ ensures that they apply rigorous standards for all personnel and equipment involved with truck maintenance. From simple fix maintenance items like oil changes and chassis lubes to complex computer diagnostics that can measure minute changes in engine performance, heavy vehicle maintenance is performed to comply with all heavy truck SAAQ inspection requirements.

For all accredited big rig service, repair and inspection needs, TMS Truckmasters has three service centers in and around the Montreal area (Saint-Laurent, Vaudreuil-Dorion, and Boucherville truck center), and one service center near Quebec, ready to provide experienced professional help.