Truck Centers opened their first Missouri location in St. Louis in 1995. This dealership is located at 747 E. Taylor Avenue in St. Louis, MO. They can be reached by phone at 877-667-2263. They are open Monday through Friday from 6:00 am until 11:00 pm and weekends from 6:00 am until 6:00 pm. The team at Truck Centers St. Louis is committed to customer service. Their dealership features a comfortable lounge where customers can relax while they are waiting for their trucks to be repaired or serviced. Coffee and water are available, as well as vending machines and an assortment of magazines. Customers can use the free wifi and customer work spaces provided to get as much work done as possible before going back out on the road.
Truck Centers St. Louis offers customers an excellent selection of new Ottowa, Freightliner and Western Star trucks. They have a variety of models to choose from, and several of the same model and color so that you can purchase a matching fleet. They also have a wide selection of late-model used trucks to choose from. These trucks are clean, well-maintained and ready to get back on the road. Customers who need financing can complete and submit the credit application online or print the application and complete it before heading to the dealership. Truck Centers has partnered with Daimler Truck financial to offer a number of financing options, and they work with other finance companies as well. Traditional loans are available, as well as leases, seasonal payments, accelerated payments and more.
The parts and service departments at Truck Centers St.Louis are top-notch. They have a huge selection of parts in their inventory, and customers who order often can fill out a form to gain access to their online ordering program. This special program allows customers to order the parts they need without having to wait until business hours or speak to a parts specialist. They currently have about 65 full-time employees, with about 25 of them being service technicians that are certified by either Freightliner or ASE. The technicians receive ongoing training each year to ensure that they are up to date on all the latest repair techniques and technological advances. They also employ more than 10 parts professionals that are experienced and have received certification from Freightliner.