High Success Rates For Truck and Trailer Breakdowns

When your heavy-duty truck or trailer encounters a breakdown, you need swift and effective assistance to minimize downtime and keep your operations running smoothly. At Allewell Truck and Trailer, we take pride in our impressive success rates when it comes to handling breakdowns on the road. In this blog post, we’ll delve into what makes our roadside assistance so successful, common breakdown issues, and how we ensure a high rate of resolution for our clients.


Nearly Perfect Success Rates


One of the most common questions we’re asked is, “What is your success rate on these breakdowns?” The answer: it’s nearly perfect. We have a proven track record of efficiently resolving breakdowns, getting trucks and trailers back on the road as quickly as possible. Our high success rates are a result of our experienced team, well-equipped service trucks, and a commitment to delivering exceptional service.


Dealing with Regeneration Issues


Regeneration issues can be a headache for truckers, and our success rates even extend to these complex problems. Regeneration, a critical process for emission systems, involves superheating the exhaust to burn away ash, maintaining emissions compliance. However, when Regen issues arise, they can be challenging to address, often taking several hours to resolve. In such cases, our technicians diagnose the issue and decide whether to proceed with on-site repairs or recommend towing to a more suitable location. Our expertise and experience allow us to make these critical decisions effectively, ensuring the best outcome for our clients.


Common Breakdown Issues and Solutions


Let’s explore some of the most common breakdown issues we encounter and our successful approaches to resolving them:


  1. Air Leaks: Air leaks, especially in brake systems, are frequent breakdown culprits. Our technicians are well-versed in identifying and fixing these issues promptly. Common problems include brake chamber failures and air line rub leaks. Quick response and quality repairs ensure minimal downtime.


  1. Coolant Leaks: Coolant leaks can disrupt your journey, but our team is equipped to handle them efficiently. Whether it’s a hose clamp failure or a deteriorated hose, we diagnose the problem, make the necessary repairs, and get your vehicle back on the road.


  1. No Starts: When your truck refuses to start, it could be due to various factors, such as bad connections or a stuck starter motor. Our experts quickly diagnose the issue, freeing stuck components, ensuring proper connections, and providing battery boosts when needed.


Rapid and Accurate Response


When you’re facing a breakdown, time is of the essence. That’s why Allewell Truck and Trailer takes pride in our rapid response times. We understand that every minute counts, and our goal is to get you back on the road as soon as possible. Our owner-operator, James Allewell, is known for his dedication to responding swiftly and accurately to every call, ensuring that your breakdown is addressed promptly.


In conclusion, Allewell Truck and Trailer boasts high success rates for handling truck and trailer breakdowns. Our experienced team, well-equipped service trucks, and commitment to efficient service ensure that we can tackle common issues and even complex Regen problems with confidence. When you choose Allewell, you’re choosing a partner dedicated to minimizing your downtime and keeping your operations running smoothly.


Don’t let breakdowns disrupt your journey. Contact Allewell Truck and Trailer for reliable and efficient roadside assistance backed by our impressive success rates.


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