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All about Brake Adjustments

Keeping your brakes on your class A truck is ideal working order is incredibly important. Before you head out on the road, learn what to look for when doing your own inspection on your brakes. And of course, if you want to set up a maintenance schedule with us, give us a call!



Truck Maintenance Advisor – Learn from our Experts

Our team at Sawaya Fleet Services has one goal in mind – getting our clients back on the road. Of course, it’s even better if you can catch small things before they blow up into much bigger issues. A few years ago, we created a video called “The Truck Maintenance Advisor”. It has been viewed over 40 thousand times on YouTube, and we like to think we’ve helped thousands of trucking industry professionals answer their maintenance questions.

Take a look and see for yourself!



How Much Pressure Should You Run on Your Tires?

One question that we get from customers in our shop is about tire pressure. How much should you run on your tires? And how does the weather affect the pressure?  Watch our video above for more!

Just a reminder that we have continued to serve our clients through the COVID-19 outbreak, with some adjusted guidelines.



Save Money and Catch Issues BEFORE They Become Pricey Fixes!

Truck repair can be expensive and time-consuming. Not to mention the potential financial loss you might face being off of the road for a while.

While we do everything we can to fix your truck as quickly as possible, the best thing is to avoid the need for preventable repairs. Watch our video above to learn our top ten maintenance tips that can save YOU money!

Just a reminder that we have continued to serve our clients through the COVID-19 outbreak, with some adjusted guidelines.

If you have any questions about our safety guidelines, or if you need to get your vehicle into the shop, please give us a call!



Keeping Up with EPA Laws

Let’s talk about EPA requirements on your truck’s exhaust system. They frequently change.  Part of our job is to keep up with those regulations and make sure the trucks we service are in compliance.

Please watch our video above for more!

Just a reminder that we have continued to serve our clients through the COVID-19 outbreak, with some adjusted guidelines.

If you have any questions about our safety guidelines, or if you need to get your vehicle into the shop, please give us a call!



Our Focus is Always on our Customers

We know we would be nowhere without our clients. We are incredibly proud to support the trucking industry and appreciate the trust our customers have in us.

We also know that a truck that is off the road and in the shop is a loss of money, so we do our very best to get it serviced and out the door as quickly as possible. Watch our video above for more.



We Have Decades of Experience!

We are proud, as essential workers, to continue to support the trucking industry. And while we’ve all had to adjust (click here for our COVID-19 safety guidelines) we will keep providing the great service you expect.

Trust is a huge part of why we’ve been in business for over three decades.  And so is our experience. Watch our video above for more!

If you have any questions about our services, our safety guidelines, or if you need to get your vehicle into the shop, please give us a call!



We Get It Done When We Say We’ll Get It Done

Although we’ve had to make some adjustments during the Coronavirus outbreak, one that hasn’t changed (and won’t) is our strong record of keeping our word.  Watch our video above for more!

In addition to our guidelines already in place, we are now asking anyone arriving at the shop to answer a short questionnaire about potential exposure before entering. Our goal is always the safety of our employees and customers.

And just a reminder – our annual Memorial Day Customer Appreciation BBQ is being postponed until October 15th, which is our 31st Anniversary.

If you have any questions about our services, our safety guidelines, or if you need to get your vehicle into the shop, please give us a call!



Annual Customer Appreciation BBQ Postponed (but Not Cancelled)

One of our favorite things we do each year is our annual Customer Appreciation Memorial Day BBQ. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, we’ll have to postpone it, but we are hoping to hold it instead on October 15th (our 31st anniversary).

If social distancing is still in force at that time, we’ll consider a BBQ takeout option instead, along with a contribution to the men and women on the front line battling the Coronavirus.

We look forward to the time when we can cook a huge meal and see all of your faces together in our shop again.

As the trucking industry continues to keep our supplies and economy rolling, we have been by their side, keeping those trucks on the road.

As an essential business, we continue to serve our clients during the COVID-19 crisis.  In addition to our guidelines already in place, we are now asking anyone arriving at the shop to answer a short questionnaire about travel and potential exposure before entering. Our goal is always the safety of our employees and customers.

If you have any questions about our services, our safety guidelines, or if you need to get your vehicle into the shop, please give us a call!



We Are Open and Here to Support You

The fact that the trucking industry is critical to our country, and our communities, is more apparent now than ever. We are proud to support you as you shoulder the supply chain and work long hours in an increasingly difficult situation.

We will be here, working to keep you on the road. Our technicians are following all of the safety guidelines (such as disinfecting as we work, keeping our distance), and we will continue our constant communication with our clients, by phone and email.

Customer service has always been our focus. We have been supporting the trucking industry for over 30 years, and that won’t change.

Give us a call and we’ll get going on whatever service or repairs you might need.

Thank you for serving our communities.