Our fully trained service staff provide a fast and efficient service at competitive rates, ensuring our customers’ trucks stay on the road in between servicing. Using the latest diagnostic equipment, and drawing from a wealth of experience in commercial vehicles, we undertake service and repair work on all makes of trucks and trailers.
As a DAF Service Dealer we are ready to provide customers with service packages that suit their operations, including:
We repair and service the full DAF truck range including the Euro 5 and new Euro 6 LF Trucks, CF Trucks and XF Trucks.
We also have advanced equipment for the calibration of tachographs and Road Speed Limiters as well as for preparing vehicles for CVRT testing.
Feel free to contact us about Truck, Van & Car Hire for both long and short terms leasing.
Our highly trained technicians use sophisticated DAVIE XD diagnostic equipment to ensure that your trucks achieve their optimum performance and fully meet legal requirements.
If your business takes you into Europe, it’s good to know that help is only a phone call away. With a network of over 1000 service points in 41 countries extending across Eastern Europe and beyond, DAF’s International Truck Service (ITS) is there to support your vehicles. English speaking operators ensure that there are no language difficulties. Payment is hassle-free because repairs will be charged to your account at your local dealer.
DAF Truck Services is an authorised Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Test centre. A network of test centres are appointed in each county by the relevant Local Authority and is regulated by The Road Safety Authority.
The Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Test (CVRT) is a roadworthiness test for all commercial vehicles, buses with more than eight passenger seats and ambulances, all over one-year-old. The purpose of the test is to ensure that these vehicles are in good condition throughout its entire life. All commercial vehicles must be tested when they are over one year old and annually after that.
There are two types of commercial vehicle tests, one for Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) and one for Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCVs).