Lakeside International Trucks

Lakeside International Trucks


Locally owned and founded by Bill Reilley, Sr. in 1984, the dealership has grown to over $100 million sales a year and employs over 200 technical experts and industry professionals in the states of Wisconsin and Illinois. For over 30 years, Lakeside has been committed to offering customers quality products, superior service and responsiveness unequalled by any truck dealership in the region. No other dealership in the region can match our truck products, parts, service and creative leasing options.  More than a one stop-shop - think of us as your round-the-clock transportation business partner. Moving you from where you are to where you want to be. Lakeside offers the complete line of International® medium, heavy, and severe service trucks, diesel engines, as well as International® brand and all-makes parts.

From tractors, day cabs, sleepers, utility vehicles, reefers, step vans and construction vehicles, Lakeside has the product and the vocational expertise to support your business from properly specing and building your truck to maintaining and repairing it once in service.

In addition to new and used truck sales, Lakeside provides full service leasing, contract maintenance and daily commercial rentals through Badgerland Idealease, a division of Lakeside International Trucks.

With eight locations to serve you and your business, Lakeside has over 100 ASE certified technicians, a state-of-the-art body shop and more than $6 million in parts inventory.

For those customers we’ve had the opportunity to work with over the last 35 years we thank you for your business and look forward to continuing to work with you.

If you’ve not yet experienced Lakeside, we look forward to demonstrating how our dealership can serve your business in the future.

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Travel, Transportation and Tourism