Our approach to wheel alignment in Georgia is different from the rest — it’s elevated by our use of the Hunter wheel alignment system. This sophisticated equipment uses precision sensors and cameras for accurate measurement and adjustment of wheel alignment angles, which ensures optimal vehicle and trailer handling, extends tire life, and improves overall fuel efficiency.
Plus, we invest in our technicians through ongoing Hunter alignment training, guaranteeing the highest standards of service.
Our dedication to top-rated truck service doesn't end at our shops. Myles Truck Repair offers mobile services, extending up to 50 miles around our repair shops in Lawrenceville, Auburn, and Fayetteville, GA. This comprehensive service area includes major locations like Atlanta, LaGrange, Athens, Newnan, Douglasville, Marietta, Alpharetta, Rome, Calhoun, Covington, Griffin, Conyers, and more!
No matter where you are in this region, our mobile units are ready to provide you with the help you need. Just give us a call!
As a certified NAPA Truck Service Center, Myles Truck Repair offers more than just wheel alignment. Our comprehensive truck repair services are backed by the best over-the-road warranty in the industry, ensuring your truck is cared for with the utmost expertise and assurance.
Choose Myles Truck Repair for seamless wheel alignment in Georgia, for all of your class 5 to class 8 trucks and semi-trailers. Our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction makes us the ideal partner for all your truck repair and maintenance needs. It's not just about the advanced technology we use; it's about the comprehensive service and expertise we provide!
We at Myles Truck Repair pride ourselves on offering dealership-level truck repair in Lawrenceville, Auburn, Fayetteville, and other cities in Georgia at competitive prices, ensuring that each vehicle leaving our shop is a testament to our commitment to quality and efficiency.
Come visit us at any of our 3 locations across Georgia. Our shops are located in Lawrencevillle, Auburn and Fayetteville.