After nearly 50 years of absence, Sterling Truck was resurrected by Daimler Trucks of North America in 1997. However, this return was short-lived. Daimler discontinued the sale and manufacturing of Sterling heavy and medium duty trucks in 2009. Many of these vehicles are still operational and work hard in many industries such as construction, snow removal and trash removal. Sterling truck operators in and near
At Mobile Maintenance & Towing LLC, we appreciate that you want to keep your Sterling Truck running and looking its best—not only is your Sterling Truck your livelihood, it’s also a reflection of who you are as a person and a professional. Most people don’t know that repairs and maintenance for a commercial truck can cost upwards of $15,000 a year. We do, and we realize that’s a lot of money. You can count on us to help you keep service costs to a minimum for your Sterling Truck or fleet.
We know that many owner/operators take their Sterling Trucks to an authorized dealer for service even though Sterling Truck dealerships generally charge more for maintenance and repairs than independent truck shops. Unfortunately, many people think a higher price tag means higher quality service. We don’t believe that’s true when it comes to Sterling Truck repair. In fact, we’re confident that our mechanical skill and experience is on par with dealership technicians.
If you drive a truck or operate a fleet in Tucson, AZ, join the many other truck owners in the area who trust their Sterling Trucks to Mobile Maintenance & Towing LLC for maintenance and repairs. As our customer, you can count on reliable service and quick turnaround times. Contact us online or call to learn more about our shop.