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Truck Sales, Servicing and Spare Parts. Car & Van Servicing and MOT Centre.

Welcome to James Hart (Chorley) Ltd

For over 100 years we have been supporting the commercial vehicle trade nationally and internationally. Our services comprise high quality commercial vehicle sales, truck parts sales and we also have state of the art truck service, repair and maintenance facilities, covering all major truck brands including DAF, Leyland, MAN, Iveco and many others. All our products and services offer competitive pricing and excellent customer service comes as standard.

Truck Sales

We specialise in DAF trucks and our stock also includes many other makes.

Truck Sales

We try to stock a very comprehensive selection of trucks from 7.5 tonne to Tractor Units of all types. We can provide finance for all our stock, and prices for all your overseas shipping requirements.

Part Sales

Source the commercial vehicle parts you need quickly and easily.

Part Sales

At James Hart, our knowledgeable team supply the daily truck parts needs of thousands of UK customers, we cover an extensive range of manufacturers, including DAF, Leyland, MAN, Iveco, Mercedes…

Servicing

Quality truck repairs and servicing from an experienced team you can trust.

Servicing

When you need fast repair of your truck, no matter what the problem area, we offer a fast diagnostic service to identify the problem quickly and offer the best repair option. We have at our disposal…

MOT

Our state of the art, clean and modern facilities makes MOTing your car or van a pleasure.

MOT

As well as being a high quality, yet very competitively priced MOT test centre in Chorley, our experienced, friendly local team can also carry out a full range of car repairs, servicing and diagnostics on site.

Latest News

Stay up-to-date with the latest news from James Hart Chorley.

Government’s £200 Million Investment to Drive Innovation and Decarbonise Freight

October 31st, 2023|

In a significant move towards achieving its net-zero commitments, the UK government has announced a £200 million investment to promote innovation and reduce carbon emissions in the freight sector. The funding is set to

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