Light-duty and medium-duty truck repair shop providing truck repair service for Ypsilanti, MI area. Specialize in diesel truck repair service and Sprinter repair service. Located 8 miles north of Ann Arbor, MI on Highway US-23, just 22 min (16.6 miles) from Ypsilanti.
Many of our customers live in Ypsilanti and work in Ann Arbor. We are located just 8 miles north of Ann Arbor city center. In most cases you can drop off your vehicle in the morning and pick it up on your way home. See driving directions below.
Why State Street Auto Service
Ypsilanti area residents who own diesel trucks travel the extra distance to our truck repair shop for the great value, fabulous customer service, and exceptional skill and experience of our diesel truck certified technicians we are known far and wide for. Just check out our customer feedback and reviews.
From Ypsilanti, MI to State Street Auto Service
Route: via M-17 E/Washtenaw Ave and US-23 S.
From Ypsilanti, get onto M-17 E/Washtenaw Ave, travel west;
Get on US-23 N in Pittsfield Charter Township from Washtenaw Ave, 10 min (4.2 mi);
Follow US-23 N to N Territorial Rd in Northfield Township. Take exit 49 from US-23 N, 10 min (11.4 mi);
Drive to 6628 Whitmore Lake Rd, 2 min (0.8 mi).
State Street Auto Service
6628 Whitmore Lake Rd, Whitmore Lake, MI 48189
Quick Ypsilanti Facts
Ypsilanti, commonly shortened to Ypsi, is a city in Washtenaw County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is part of the Detroit metropolitan area and the Great Lakes megalopolis, the most populated and largest megalopolis in North America. As of the 2020 census, the city's population was 20,648. Wikipedia
Automobile Industry History
Ypsilanti has played an important role in the automobile industry extending back over 100 hundred years. From 1920 to 1922, Apex Motors produced the "ACE" car. It was in Ypsilanti that Preston Tucker (whose family owned the Ypsilanti Machine Tool Company) designed and built the prototypes for his Tucker '48 automobile. Tucker's story was related in the film Tucker: The Man and His Dream, directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
In 1945, Henry J. Kaiser and Joseph W. Frazer bought the nearby Willow Run B-24 Liberator bomber plant from Ford Motor Company, and started to make Kaiser and Frazer model cars in 1947. The last Kaiser car made in Ypsilanti rolled off the assembly line in 1953, when the company merged with Willys-Overland and moved production to Toledo, Ohio. General Motors purchased the Kaiser Frazer plant, and converted it into its Hydramatic Division (now called its Powertrain division), beginning production in November 1953. The GM Powertrain Division ceased production at this facility in 2010.
Ypsilanti is also the location of the last Hudson automobile dealership. Today, the former dealership is the site of the Ypsilanti Automotive Heritage Collection [no follow link]. The museum is the home to an original Fabulous Hudson Hornet race car, which inspired the character Doc Hudson in the 2006 Pixar animated film Cars. Wikipedia
City of Ypsilanti Resources
Truck Repair Service near Ypsilanti, MI
If you need truck repair near Ypsilanti contact State Street Auto Service at 6628 Whitmore Lake Rd, Whitmore Lake, MI 48189. We would be thrilled to provide you with outstanding customer service, high skill truck repairs and service, and amazing value.