TA helps refrigerated trailers keep their cool

June 15, 2004
TravelCenters of America (TA) is expanding its services to include maintenance of refrigerated trailers at TA travel centers nationwide.

TravelCenters of America (TA) is expanding its services to include maintenance of refrigerated trailers at TA travel centers nationwide.

TA is offering two levels of preventive maintenance (PM) services specifically for refrigerated units. The Premium Refrigerated PM package, which costs $89.95, includes an oil change along with a 30-point checklist. The Ultimate Refrigerated PM service, which costs $104.95, consists of the Premium Refrigerated PM service along with pre-trip diagnostics that include checking the vehicle for abnormal noise or vibration, checking indicator lights, inspecting the refrigerator unit for leaks or other necessary repairs, and running the microprocessor for any codes that appear.

The new services will be offered at select TA Shop locations beginning June 15, 2004, and will be introduced at all TA Shop locations by the end of 2004. Services will be performed by TA technicians who have completed a certified training program in refrigerated trailer maintenance.

These 25 locations now offer the service:

•West Memphis AR

•Bloomsbury NJ

•Eloy AZ

•Greensboro NC

•Kingman AZ

•Columbus East OH

•Willington CT

•Dayton OH

•Wildwood FL

•Kingsville OH

•Brunswick GA

•Lodi OH

•Cartersville, Georgia

•Bloomsburg PA

•Lake Park GA

•Lamar PA

•Boise ID

•Amarillo West TX

•Gary IN

•Dallas South TX

•Chicago North IL

•Wytheville VA

•Mount Vernon IL

•Cheyenne WY

•Slidell LA

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