$25 DOT Inspection and More!


To ensure you can operate vehicles safely and at ease, we perform complete brake services on all types of braking systems. In addition to diagnosing ABS systems and troubleshooting air and hydraulic brake systems, we replace wheel sensors, air hoses, and hydraulic lines and perform other related brake work listed below.
We also offer parts and service on Air Disk Brakes.

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Services & Parts

  • Air Brake Chambers
  • Bearings
  • Calipers
  • Drums
  • Emergency Brakes
  • Air Disk Brakes
  • Hose Replacement
  • Master Cylinders
  • Pad Replacement
  • Power Boosters
  • Rotors
  • Seals
  • Shoe Replacement
  • Slack Adjusters
  • Wheel Cylinders

Brands We Work With

How Can We Help?

How Can We Help?

Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technician

Position is Day Shift, Monday – Friday.

Position Details

Our Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technicians primary responsibilities include inspection, diagnosing and repair heavy-duty vehicle suspension, brakes, steering systems.  Additional responsibilities may include DOT inspections, alignments, and preventive maintenance (oil and filter change).  The typical types of vehicles are Class 3-8 trucks (semi’s, fire trucks, dump trucks, box trucks, etc), buses, recreational vehicles, trailers and pick-up trucks.  Safe working conditions, no nights or weekends, competitive hourly pay plus incentives (no flat-rate pay), drug-free workplace.


  • Previous experience as a heavy-duty truck technician, mechanic, or other related fields
  • CDL license or willing and able to obtain (Paid for by us!)
  • ASE certifications or willing to obtain
  • Knowledge of diagnostic and repair equipment
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills
  • Deadline and detail-oriented
  • Driver’s License (Required)
  • United States work authorization (Required)
  • GED, High School Degree, or College Degree (NOT REQUIRED)


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off

U-Bolt Bend Types

We offer 4 types of U-bolt bends. Please refer to the image below to determine which bend you need.