Peterbilt of Atlanta-Jackson now open 24 hours a day

March 4, 2014

Peterbilt of Atlanta-Jackson has expanded the hours of its parts and service department to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“The demand was there and we responded to our customers’ needs by extending our shop operations and parts sales to 24 hours a day, seven days a week,” said Scott Pearson, president of Peterbilt of Atlanta. “We always strive to provide our customers with the highest levels of satisfaction, reliability and convenience. Our expanded hours mean greater uptime and improved operational efficiencies for all of our customers, whether they operate locally or are just passing through our area.”

Peterbilt of Atlanta–Jackson is a full-service dealership location with acres of paved truck and trailer parking, 20,000 sq. ft. of retail and parts storage space and a drivers’ lounge with complimentary showers and washers and dryers for clothing.

The dealership boasts a state-of-the-art service facility that is staffed by factory-trained and certified technicians. It operates 26 service bays, two quick LOF drive-through bays, six body shop bays and a chassis dyno.

It is located at Exit 201 offer Interstate 75 and GA Highway 36 on 172 Van Mar Blvd., Jackson, GA.

“We made considerable investment in personnel and other resources to provide customers with round-the-clock convenience for their parts and service needs,” said Pearson. “We are more than pleased with the results and the feedback we have received from our customers. Additionally, we plan to offer specials during the overnight hours for extra incentive to our customers who take advantage of our new hours.”

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