Our bus repair department is committed to excellent customer service. At Bus & Truck of Chicago, our service and repair customers are a top priority. We know that downtime is your #1 enemy and we'll do everything we can to get you back on the road as quickly as possible without sacrificing the quality of your repairs.
Bus & Truck of Chicago is a truck and equipment repair shop serving businesses and truck drivers throughout the Chicago metro area. We invest in the latest diagnostic equipment to guarantee the trucks we work on are serviced correctly, and we only use quality replacement parts to maintain your manufacturer’s warranty. From heavy-duty semi-trucks and trailers to fleet vehicles and more, our shop offers superior workmanship.
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As a leading commercial truck and bus repair shop in Chicago, our facility is well-equipped to handle high volumes and turn over projects quickly. We've got the space to manage large municipal and commercial fleets as well as small, one-off collision repair jobs.
Complete bus and semi-truck paint service by qualified professionals. We take pride in quick turnarounds, quality workmanship, and providing the shortest down time possible.
Two of the highest expenses in the transportation industry are fuel and tires. Keeping your heavy trucks and buses in correct alignment can extend tire life and improve fuel economy, reducing your overall operating costs.
5 Factors to Consider While Choosing the Right Truck Wheel Alignment Shop
When your heavy truck's wheels are out of alignment, it can cause a lot of problems. In this blog post, we'll discuss 5 factors you should consider when choosing a truck wheel alignment shop.
Common Peterbilt Truck Suspension Problems & How to Avoid Them
The suspension system of your Peterbilt truck consists of springs, shock absorbers, tires, and other components. It controls the truck body's moving action. Whether you feel the bouncing on the road or seem to float over pothole is determined by the sort of suspension you have and the condition it’s in. Even though suspension components are built to last for thousands of miles, the abuse of everyday driving ultimately wears them down. What are the telltale symptoms that your suspension isn't working correctly? Here's a brief rundown of the issues and what to do about them.