Call D & D at 603-373-0003 today for all of your repair needs.

Join the D & D Truck and Auto Repair team today.

We are hiring Auto and Light Truck Repair ASE certified mechanics with at least five years experience, proficient in computer diagnostic skills. Applicant should have experience in diagnosing and repairing vehicles i.e diagnose drivability, engine, break, ABS, SRS, A/C and emission problems and perform needed repairs in a timely and quality manner. Must have your own tools, be able to use a scan tool and be familiar with Tech2 and IDS software. Must be computer literate and be able to access the web for information.

D & D Truck and Auto Repair is looking for ethical and honest mechanics who can troubleshoot and work on both foreign and domestic autos and light trucks. Must be able to work on all type of manufactured vehicles.

Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to lift at least 50 pounds.

NH State Inspection license is a plus.

D & D Truck is centrally located in Greenland, NH, just off Route 33 and Route 95. Please send resume to 270B Ocean Road, Greenland, NH 03820 or e-mail resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Please no inquiries within.

Your Satisfaction is our SUCCESS!

Your trucks and fleet vehicles always will be in expert hands!


Contact or call D & D at 603-373-0003 today for all of your repair needs.
You will be glad you did because we stand behind all our services.

Your satisfaction is our SUCCESS!

  • “Dennis works on a large array of vehicle types, from domestic cars to oversized 15-ton crane units,” says Michael Kaichen, project manager with Granite State Glass. “Dennis is the only one you can bring anything to _ the guy can basically fix anything. One thing unique about him is that he’ll do the research, even on his personal time, to troubleshoot each piece of equipment he works on. He has an excellent attitude and talent that can’t be beat. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him to anyone. I definitely 100 percent trust him to do the best work every time.”

    - Michael Kaichen

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