After nearly 50 years of absence, Sterling Truck was resurrected by Daimler Trucks of North America in 1997. However, this return was short-lived. Daimler discontinued the sale and manufacturing of Sterling heavy and medium duty trucks in 2009. Many of these vehicles are still operational and work hard in many industries such as construction, snow removal and trash removal. Sterling truck operators in and near can rely on to service these discontinued trucks.
Today’s cars and trucks are very reliable and able to withstand a lot of wear and tear, but a crash or collision can cause major damage to your Sterling Truck, and maybe even some hidden damage that can shorten the life of your vehicle. Our technicians will give you honest, straightforward advice on repairs, and will never try to sell you repairs that you don’t need or want. We also regularly deal with insurance companies, and help you with your insurance claim.
If your Sterling Truck has been damaged in a crash or collision, Western Collision Center is here to provide timely and accurate auto body work. Vehicle owners in Lubbock trust us to deliver superior results that they can appreciate behind the wheel and on the road. As an independent auto body shop, we’re not tied to any big name brand that dictates our prices or performance, yet we still maintain the certification and training necessary to provide exceptional service and repairs for your Sterling Truck.
In Lubbock, Trust Western Collision Center After an Accident!
Please don’t hesitate to bring your Sterling Truck to Western Collision Center in Lubbock for quality auto body repairs! To make an appointment, contact us online or give us a call. We promise to put all of our skills, resources, and experience behind getting you back in your Sterling Truck and on the road as soon as possible.