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Semi Truck Repair Shop in Baltimore, MD
Introducing the one-stop-shop for all your semi truck and commercial vehicle needs – A1 Emergency Road Service. We are excited to announce that we have expanded our services and now have a truck repair shop located at 719 Northpoint Rd in Baltimore, MD offering DEF repairs, bodywork repairs, welding repairs, and all types of diagnostics with dealer-grade computers. Whether you need a simple tire replacement, rim repair, or any kind of part replacement, we’ve got you covered.
Truck Repair Shop Services
Military Discount & Military Repairs
For our military personnel, we offer a 10% discount on all repairs and former military jets parts are available at cost with a 10% discount on total repair.
Why You Should Call A1 Emergency Roadside Semi Truck Repair Shop
We Do Whatever It Takes To Get You Back On The Road
Frequently Asked Questions About Truck Repair
There are a few things you may notice if your radiator is going bad. If your vehicle seems to be overheating for no apparent reason, that could be a sign. Additionally, if you see coolant leaking from your vehicle or you see it pooled up on the ground underneath, that could be another sign that something is wrong with your radiator.
Some of the more obvious signs includes an excessive amount of noise coming from your exhaust pipes. You may also notice that your truck is not accelerating as fast and your gas-mileage seems to be decreasing. Of course if it smells like something is burning or there are strong smells of gases coming from the rear of the vehicle, that would be another sign.
For semi-trucks, you want to change your brake pads every 30,000 miles. People can get confused since for regular vehicles the number is more like every 50,000 miles. Since trucks carry heavier loads, the brakes have to do a lot more work causing them to break down a lot sooner. This can also vary based on the amount of stops you make since some rigs may travel longer distances without stopping much while others are stopping all the time. If you are doing regular maintenance you will be able to tell when it is about time to get new brake pads.
Semi-truck tires generally last between 3-6 years. Factors such as the type of weather, terrain, and how heavy of a load you are carrying will determine the longevity of your tires. Be sure to choose the right tire for durability, fuel efficiency, and load capacity will vary based on your route and geographical location.