Whether we are at your yard for a scheduled fleet repair or on the side of the road for a breakdown, Managed Mobile delivers repair services to your location including troubleshooting, diagnosing, and repairing defects in your commercial vehicles. We repair or replace worn out components on any system that affects the safety, compliance, or reliability of a commercial vehicle. Managed Mobile provides truck fleet repair for all types of commercial vehicles including light-duty autos, cargo vans, light-duty trucks, medium duty diesel trucks (flatbeds, bobtails, box trucks), and Class 8 heavy-duty tractors pulling trailers.
ON-SITE FLEET REPAIR FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES.
MANAGED MOBILE 3C PROTOCOL
Managed Mobile employs the 3C Protocol (complaint, cause, and correction) to get your vehicle repaired and back on the road as quickly as possible. The “complaint” is any observation by a driver or technician such as, “brake lights don’t work.” The “cause” is the result of the technician’s troubleshooting and diagnosis. For example, “Inspected brake light housing and wiring, found broken wire.” Finally, the “correction” is made to fix the problem, “Repaired wire connection to brake light housing, checked operation, OK.”
Managed Mobile technicians are trained professionals and are well qualified to perform bumper to bumper repairs on your trucks, trailers, and commercial fleet vehicles. We leverage a culture of ongoing education and training to keep technicians current with the latest in maintenance and repair technology and best practices.
WE’RE READY TO RESPOND
No matter what we’re called to do – scheduled preventative maintenance, repairs, or roadside assistance – our technicians are ready to respond. In addition to extensive in-house training, our technicians pursue certification through industry authorities such as ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) and MACS (Mobile Air Conditioning Society). They’re trained to make sure every repair is DOT, BIT, and EPA compliant while meeting the manufacturer’s warranty recommendations. Technology and the complexity of maintaining late model fleet vehicles is one of the biggest challenges in our industry and our technicians are committed and equipped to stay up-to-date with these rapidly changing trends.