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Next stop, Japan!

Posted by Kyle Coleman on

After competing in the North American I1 Grand Prix Technical Competition Josh Zaragoza, of Truck Enterprises in Manassas, VA has made it into the top three Isuzu Technicians in the Nation! We are very proud of him, as the competition was extremely challenging!  Now that Josh is in the top three, he will be attending three weeks of training before heading to Japan in November to compete against Isuzu technicians from around the world! We're extremely proud of Josh and are excited for his trip to Japan.

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Bryant Receives Kenworth Master Technician Status!

Posted by Kyle Coleman on

Walter Bryant, of Truck Enterprises in Harrisonburg, VA, recently became the 55th Kenworth Master Technician in the country! To Celebrate his Amazing achievement, Truck Enterprises, Inc., hosted a company luncheon, where General Manager - Edgar Miller, Service manager - Sean Boyd, and our Kenworth District Service Manager, Jim Johnston, presented Walter with a commemorative plaque. Congratulations, Walter!

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Manager's Special - ANTIFREEZE - Roanoke

Posted by Kyle Coleman on

55 Gallon Drum for $275 (while supplies last)

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Elgin and Bryant Earn Kenworth Master Tech Certifications

Posted by Kyle Coleman on

Congratulations to Truck Enterprises’ newest Kenworth Master Techs. Kyle Elgin, of Truck Enterprises Richmond, Inc., in Richmond, VA and Walter Bryant, of Truck Enterprises, Inc. in Harrisonburg, VA, recently completed all the training and examinations required as part of the Kenworth Master Technician Certification Program. Kenworth Master Tech Certification comes after 275 hours of study and countless hours of rigorous day-to-day truck service. In order to receive this esteemed certification, professional service technicians must complete the following courses: Kenworth Essentials, Engine Specialist, Alternative Fuels Specialist, Electronics Specialist, Chassis Specialist, HVAC Specialist, and Transmission Specialist Vehicle Systems Specialist. Including Elgin and...

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Did you know? Don't throw away your old cell phone!

Posted by Kyle Coleman on

An old cell phone, even if it isn't activated through a local cellular company, can still dial 911. This makes it the perfect back-up tool for an emergency.  Just make sure it is charged!     Keep an old phone in a safe place and make sure to charge it every so often. Even better, keep a extra battery pack with the appropriate cable in your truck. That way you are prepared if you need to call 911 for help.

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