Effective mechanical repairs and maintenance for heavy vehicles in Darwin

Whether you’re hauling gallons of fuel or fragile goods, Tanker Repair Services is here to make sure your vehicle always makes it to the destination. Backed by a team of skilled technicians with more than 40 years of experience between them, we provide the Northern Territory’s best heavy vehicle maintenance services.

Please call our Pinelands workshop to discuss your needs and book in your truck or tanker.

Maintenance Services

Tankers, dollies, trucks and trailers are all handled by our versatile technicians at Tanker Repair Services. At our Pinelands location, our fully equipped workshop is capable of servicing private vehicle owners as well as large fleets.

Straightforward and honest pricing, we discuss the work required with you before commencing.

Truck Repair — Tanker Repair Services Pinelands NT
  • Suspension, steering & brake repairs

  • General tank or trailer repairs

  • Flow meter repairs

  • Fuel pump repairs

  • Leak detection & repairs

  • Tanker degassing

  • Aviation fuel cleaning & transport prep
  • Alloy & steel welding services
  • Tanker modifications
  • Pumping equipment fit-outs
  • Fitting & testing of overfill sensors

We only use quality parts and spares in our work, to ensure you receive the most reliable repairs. For more information on any of these mechanical services, simply call and speak to our friendly staff.

SLP Repairs & Inspections

As an authorised tanker inspection location (registration Darwin–801), we are able to help ensure drivers meet the requirements of the Safe Load Program (SLP). We can conduct full inspections of your tanker, recommend corrections to meet SLP standards, supply the parts and perform repairs—all in one location.

It’s important to stay on top of this maintenance, not only for your safety, but also because SLP performs random inspections at fuel terminals throughout the Northern Territory.
Some examples of watch points that an SLP random inspection may put a driver on notice for include:
  • Park brake door alarm

  • Fuel leaks

  • Missing dust cap

  • Drive away protection fault

  • Worn loading valves

  • Expired onboard fire extinguisher

  • Non-compliant EPG or EIP

As a long-term member of the SLP program, we’ve seen many tankers come in with these or similar faults to be corrected. Our experienced heavy vehicle mechanics can work with you to find a solution to them and get you back on the road hauling safely.

If you’re worried about your SLP compliance, or have just undergone a random inspection, please contact us to book your repairs.