Truck Service Cedar Falls IA

If you drive a truck, at some point you will need new truck parts, truck tires or truck repair. You can get these services performed by a local mechanic or truck dealership. There are some pros and cons to truck service at both of these locations.

Automotive Electric, Inc.
(319) 233-4466, 001-2004
500 West Fifth Street
Waterloo, IA
Certifications
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Sign Fusion
(319) 266-2257
1603 Walnut St
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Auto Body

Sign Werks-Div of Mudd Group
(319) 277-2003
6919 Chancellor Dr
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Auto Body

Jiffy Lube
(319) 277-0600
5215 University Ave
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Oil Change and Lube, Automotive Transmission

Maynards Transmissions & Auto Repair
(319) 277-1972
5503 Big Woods Road
Cedar Falls, IA
 
Farm & Fleet of Cedar Falls
(319) 277-1641
219 Brandilynn Blvd
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Tandem Tire and Auto Service
(608) 763-2111
122 W 1st Street
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Alignment Repair

Midas Auto Service Experts
(319) 268-0167
4810 University Ave
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Mufflers Repair

L & M Transmission & Towing
(319) 266-6876
4326 University Avenue
Cedar Falls, IA
 
Signs by Tomorrow
(319) 268-0001
Blackhawk Village Sh
Cedar Falls, IA
Services
Auto Body

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Truck Service

If you drive a truck, at some point you will need new truck parts, truck tires or truck repair. You can get these services performed by a local mechanic or truck dealership. There are some pros and cons to truck service at both of these locations.

If you go to the truck dealership where you purchased your vehicle, you know that any truck parts, truck tires or truck repair you have installed or performed will meet your truck warranty. The parts are almost always in stock which means you can get your service done quickly and efficiently. A private mechanic may not have the truck parts on hand, and may use repair options that will not meet the terms of your warranty.


An argument many people use for truck repair and service at a local mechanic rather than a truck dealership is that the mechanic has less expensive pricing. However, if the items used in your truck repair void your warranty you haven’t saved a penny. A truck dealership is also very familiar with your vehicle. They know exactly what maintenance needs to be done, and have up to date information about recalls where your repairs may be covered due to manufacturer error. This can save you a lot on repair bills.


A truck dealership will also often comp you a vehicle to drive during your truck repairs. A private mechanic simply can’t afford this added service. So the next time you need truck tires, truck repair or truck parts consider going to the dealership.

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