CVIP inspections

Heavy Duty Truck Service

Overdrive Heavy Duty is an authorized Alberta Transportation CVIP (Commercial Vehicle Inspection Program) facility. 

Vehicles we can Inspect

  • Heavy Truck
  • Light Truck
  • Motor Coach
  • Semi-Trailer
  • Commercial Bus

Areas of Inspection

  • Powertrain & Suspension
  • Brakes & Steering
  • Lighting & Electrical System
  • Tires and Wheels
  • Body, Couplers & Hitches
With industry trained and certified heavy duty technicians, you can trust Overdrive Heavy Duty for top service on your diesel truck.

With industry trained and certified heavy duty mechanics, you can trust Overdrive Heavy Duty for all your heavy duty truck and trailer repairs.

Alberta Transportation requires annual inspections of commercial trucks, truck-tractors, light trucks, trailers, and semi-trailers where a combined weight is equal to or greater than 11,794 kilograms operating intra-provincially and 4,500 kg operating extra-provincially. Busses carrying more than 10 passengers (including the driver) must be inspected semi-annually.
We can provide an Alberta Transportation criteria based inspection that includes a number of inspection points including: powertrain, suspension, brakes, steering, lighting and electrical system, tires and wheels, body, couplers, and hitches. We can also provide an estimate if repairs are required. Should you approve of repairs, we can often perform these repairs on the same day, depending on parts availability.

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Truck Repair Financing Available

Phone: (780) 573-7676
Fax: (780) 573-7676

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Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm

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4700 - 70 St,
Bonnyville, AB

Box 6130, Bonnyville,
AB, T9N 2G7


Overdrive Heavy Duty; providing Bonnyville with heavy duty truck parts and unsurpassed truck service to areas surrounding Bonnyville, Cold Lake, St. Paul, and the entire lakeland.

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