Pennsylvania Visitor Info

Trucks & Parts of Pennsylvania sells new and used garbage trucks throughout the US with especially strong coverage in the Northeast, New England, Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic States.

Located in Glenmoore, Trucks & Parts is only an hour drive from the Philadelphia International Airport or a 90 minute ride on Amtrak.

We have a wide variety of trucks including Autocar , Mack and Peterbilt trucks and more. And we stock the garbage bodies you like such as McNeilus, Heil, New Way, Labrie and others.

We invite you to come in and inspect our garbage trucks. They are the best, and when you visit, there are many great things to do in Philadelphia as well as the Glenmoore area.

Philadelphia is the birthplace of the United States. Tour Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. Or get some iconic photos, starting in front of the Liberty Bell with its famous crack. Or pose with the Rocky statue and run up the 72 steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art that Rocky made so famous in the movie.

And no visit is complete without a stop at the Eastern State Penitentiary.  One of America’s most historic prisons which operated from 1829 to 1971 and was the home of famous gangsters such as “Scarface” Al Capone.

Hungry? Enjoy a world renowned Philly Cheesesteak sandwich, but don’t ask a local who makes the best one.  It’s a discussion that has led to many a fight as everyone has their favorite.

In Glenmoore, you might appreciate the rich history of the area as Chester County was one of the three Pennsylvania counties initially created by William Penn in 1682.

Glenmoore is also only a 30 minute drive to Lancaster County, home to America’s oldest Amish settlement. Step back in time and enjoy the windmill dotted landscape, the horse and buggy’s and the peace and harmony of the Amish way of life.

But of course, come to Pennsylvania to see some great garbage trucks!  After you’ve looked at our great selection of rear loaders, side loaders, front loaders, hook lift trucks and roll off trucks, go on to visit Gettysburg, Valley ForgeHershey’s Chocolate World  and the Mack Trucks Historical Museum, all only an hour or two away.