Heavy Duty Truck Repair Service in Moundsville, WV

Welcome to RF Mobile Service, your premier destination for heavy-duty diesel repair in Moundsville, WV. Our team is equipped and ready to tackle any challenge your truck may face. Whether it's a routine check-up or an intricate repair, we've got everything to ensure your vehicles run at their best.

Mobile Fleet repair services in Moundsville, WV

Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Have a Shop Location?

While RF Mobile Service does have a physical location, our primary service is fully mobile, designed to bring convenience and efficiency directly to your doorstep. This mobile approach lets you focus on your business while we handle the technicalities. We're proud to offer our services within a 50-mile radius of Moundsville, WV, ensuring a wide coverage area for your repair needs.

Do You Offer 24/7 Emergency Service?

Absolutely! At RF Mobile Service, we understand that breakdowns and accidents don’t adhere to a 9-to-5 schedule. Consequently, we offer round-the-clock emergency services. Whether it’s late at night or during the early hours, our team is ready to respond within a 50-mile radius of Moundsville, WV. 

Our commitment is to provide you with reliable service whenever and wherever you need it.

What Does a Broken Axle Feel Like?

A broken axle is a serious issue and can be identified by several symptoms. If you notice a loud clunking noise when you shift your truck's transmission, it could be a sign. If your truck is not moving despite the engine running or if it feels unusually bumpy or unstable during transit, these could be indicators of a broken axle. 

It's crucial to address these signs immediately to ensure safe operation.

How Can I Identify Different Fluid Leaks?

Differentiating between fluid leaks is key to understanding and addressing potential issues in your truck. Here's a quick guide:

Green Fluid: This usually indicates a coolant leak, which is essential for maintaining your engine's temperature.

Red Fluid: A red leak is typically transmission fluid, crucial for the smooth operation of your transmission.

Rainbow and Shimmery: This is often oil, which is vital for lubricating and cooling the engine components.

Why Does My Truck Bounce Higher Than Usual After Going Over a Bump?

If your truck bounces more than usual after a bump, it could indicate issues with your suspension system, particularly the shock absorbers. These components are crucial for stabilizing your vehicle and absorbing road shock. Over time, they can wear out, leading to decreased control and stability, especially when encountering road irregularities. 

Regular inspections and timely repairs of your suspension system are essential to maintain your truck's safety and performance.

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Our Customer Reviews

Roy was very courteous, professional and friendly! Was freezing out and fixed my rig and got me back on the road with minimal downtime, Very hard working thanks Roy!
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Chris Roseberry

Awesome work , come to the rescue in the middle of the night. Got my 2020 lone star up and rolling for me  in no time I highly recommend this mechanic for anything you might need . Showed up with their mobile unit fully prepared I was amazed just how much they had on their unit . Was prepared and Equipt ha coulda dam near did anything right there on the side of the road as they could in the shop . Thanks RF mobile
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Dustin Smithers

Wonderful dedicated buisiness. Hardest working mechanic in the area. I don't know how they seam to do it runs day and night and leaves a trail of happy running customers. I'm pretty sure this company could repair a broken dream if the parts were available.
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Ronald Evans