We won't let anything slow you down
The team at Torque by Ryder consists of world-class technicians who know fleet vehicles inside and out. Our team of mechanics specializing in diesel engines is ready to come to you at your most convenient location to keep your diesel fleet on the road and running efficiently.
We Will Come to You!
Too often, fleet maintenance appointments require inconvenient reroutes that eat away at work hours, waste fuel, and reduce uptime. That’s why Torque by Ryder comes to you at your lot or your chosen location. With mobile diesel fleet maintenance, there’s no more need for added downtime and loss of profit. Instead, schedule fleet maintenance and repairs right where you need them, when you need them.
Whether you’re ready to schedule ongoing appointments for preventive maintenance or a one-off visit for repairs, Torque by Ryder can help. By staying on top of routine maintenance needs, you can reduce overall costs for your fleet and improve fuel efficiency over time. Keep your diesel fleet in shape without sacrificing uptime by scheduling mobile preventive maintenance.
When your diesel vehicles encounter breakdowns or malfunctions, it’s easy for towing and repairs to quickly harm your bottom line. Add this to the downtime caused by taking that vehicle out of rotation until it’s repaired, and the entire incident can become costly. On-demand mobile diesel fleet repairs can help you preserve uptime and save on the cost of a tow to a shop.
Damaged Glow Plug
Diesel vehicles rely on glow plugs to efficiently utilize fuel. If a glow plug is damaged, the vehicle’s fuel economy is likely to suffer. Drivers may also notice weak acceleration or black smoke.
Diesel Fuel Contamination
If water, microorganisms, rust, or sediment enters the diesel fuel in a fleet vehicle, then the vehicle’s fuel tank, bunker, and other systems can sustain lasting damage.
Black Engine Exhaust
If the exhaust coming from a diesel vehicle is black, the vehicle likely has an issue such as a bad air filter, faulty intake valves, or a malfunctioning fuel pressure regulator.
Diesel vehicles can suffer low power or lost power for a wide range of reasons. Our experts can help troubleshoot to address the root cause of power shortages.
Overheated engines can cause smoke or steam to rise from the hood, or drivers may simply notice their temperature gauge getting too high. Professionals can help diagnose the problem and address coolant and antifreeze issues, among other causes.
From parasitic drains to corroded connections, a wide variety of factors can cause battery problems for diesel fleets. Battery problems can quickly become frustrating and costly as they interfere with drivers’ ability to start their vehicles.
If oxygen enters your engine oil, the oil can change consistency and reduce the efficiency of your engine.
Our skilled mobile team is equipped with the tools and experience necessary to accurately diagnose the source of any of these problems, along with many more.
Torque by Ryder is currently serving over 15 locations, from large metropolitan areas to entire states. Sign up today!