Stop wasting time at dealerships and slow moving shops. We offer a wide selection of On-Site services. That can be performed immediately saving you time and man hours. RVS Fleet Maintenance is capable of performing mobile repairs on all makes and models of trucks, trailers, refrigerated units, & heavy equipment. Including computer diagnostic lock outs, electrical repairs, charging systems, starting systems, cooling systems, air and hydraulic brakes, diesel and gas engines, and more.
On the road Inspection for trucks and trailers. Ensuring your equipment is in compliance with DOT regulations.
We offer mobile oil changes on all semi trucks, refrigerated units,vans, trucks, cars, & heavy equipment. Thats right we perform all scheduled maintenance On-Site. Saving you time and Man hours. No need to shut down and go to a shop. Call us.
Diagnose and repair available on all makes and models of engines diesel and gas powered equipment.
Reefer Diagnostics and Repair on both Carrier & Thermo King.
Diagnose and repair on all makes and models including PM's. Brakes and wheel ends. Roof patches, panel patches, flooring repairs, electrical repairs, and more.
Oil changes, filter replacement, clutch adjustments, checking gear oil levels, lubrication of chassis and moving components, inspection of charging system, measurement of brake pads and shoes, adjustment of air brakes, transmission services, and replacement and repair of all lighting and electrical systems.
service is also known as a “maintenance check-out” or “safety inspection” and generally consists of a safety check and lubrication as well as checks of key components such as brakes, lights, tire condition and inflation, and fluids. It also includes checking and adjusting high-wear components. The normal interval for “A” service is between 1,500 and 2,500 miles on light vehicles, and between 5,000 and 10,000 miles on medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.
Normally include all PM A items, and also include an oil and filter change as well as more in-depth checks of the engine and driveline. The normal interval for “B” service is 3,000 to 5,000 for light-duty vehicles and 10,000 to 20,000 for medium- and heavyduty vehicles. A PM B should also include a download of the ECM and action on any trouble codes or problems reported by the ECM (if applicable).
service calls for both PM A and PM B service and more extensive service (i.e. alignment, scheduled component replacement, DOT annual inspection, and other scheduled engine and driveline component inspection or replacement). Normally, “C” services are scheduled annually. To make sure they are done in a timely manner, it is not unusual for carriers to actually schedule them at an 11-month interval.
service is either a scheduled rebuild or replacement of a major component (e.g., engine, transmission, axle) or a “special” service. Examples of “special service” are seasonal service (winterization or summerization) and scheduled upgrade services. Scheduling of D services varies by company. The “D” designation may or may not be used, depending on the company.
RVS Fleet Maintenance offers Dealership Level Computer Diagnostic Software capable of performing various system checks, read and clear codes. Forced re-gens, and more
Removal of all DPF components to be baked. Cleaned then reinstalled with new temperature sensors and gaskets. Services available on all makes of DPF systems
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