About Us

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Big B's Truck Repair
is dedicated to ensuring your fleet stays on the road and in excellent condition. Our team has been serving the Spokane area since 2013. We deliver professional fleet and truck repair services and are equipped to handle major and minor repairs.

Because Big B's Truck Repair is a certified NAPA Truck Service Center, we only offer the best parts and service for your truck. Your fleet is a major investment, and it is our goal to make sure your vehicle is back on the road as quickly as possible. Our team treats every truck as if it were our own, and we will work with you and your fleet to create a preventative maintenance program that meets your needs and prevents costly breakdowns.

Big B’s Truck Repair is Spokane’s newest source for quality truck repair and fleet service. Although established just recently, our two auto technicians have nearly 50 years of combined experience. Bill, the manager, was a mechanic for B&B Truck Services, Inc. for 26 years. The other mechanic, Eric, also worked for 20 years at B&B Truck Services, Inc.

Big B’s Truck Repair is ASE Certified and offers professional truck repairs and a complete line of services for big rigs, heavy trucks, and trailers. We also offer service on small, light-duty trucks as well as forklifts.

Visit Big B’s Truck Repair and experience our exceptional repair services. It is our goal to always provide great service and high-quality workmanship at a reasonable price to our valued customers.

Advantages of NAPA Truck Service Center


Every member agrees to:

    • Have at least one ASE-Certified technician on staff.
    • Perform high-quality diagnostic and repair service at a fair price, using quality NAPA parts.
    • Uphold the integrity of all members of the NAPA Truck Service Center Program.
    • Maintain the highest standards of the repair service profession.
    • Be dedicated to customer satisfaction.
    • Obtain prior authorization and provide a price estimate for work to be performed.
    • Exercise reasonable care for the customer’s property while it is in the shop’s possession.
    • Provide a system for fair settlement of customer complaints, should they occur.