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International Trucks Headquarters Address and Contact

International Trucks

  • Address: 2701 Navistar Dr, Lisle, IL 60532, United States
  • Phone Number: +1-800-448-7825 
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 10000+
  • Established: 1902
  • Founder:  
  • Key People: Frank O'Brien, Vice President

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Frank O'Brien

Vice President

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  • Karen says:

    I drive a kenworth. While being serviced I was given an international as a loaner truck. I was pleasantly surprised at how the truck handles on the highway. Pulling power was good. Jake brake good, dash nice, no clock that I could find, unacceptable. Nice storage nooks, cup holders too low, storage for cb is low that at 5’1” I hit it. No left arm rest for driver, no 3rd point of contact for entering/exiting truck, steeps an accident waiting to happen. But it handles good, hooks/unhooks great, steering could be a bit tighter, but not bad. Bunker has good storage, could use a ladder on bottom of top bunk for easier access, temperature controls are great.
    Who ever design’s the truck just does not understand the bond between a driver and their truck. International is frogging ugly! The fenders being rounded is nice, grill is as cheesy as Freightliner, hood has no form, no angles/ lines, hood mirrors look cheap. But the worse is the top looks like a bicycle helmet! It was embarrassing to drive. I have seen new drivers refuse to be assigned to your trucks. They’d rather wait with no pay on even a freightliner!!!
    No trucker wants to run the road with a bicycle helmet on their head. It’s too bad your trucks are so ugly because they are not a bad truck to drive, not a Ken, but definitely better than a freightliner which is what I expected.
    Be back in my Ken, looking good on the road. It is important to a trucker

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