Glen Burnie Fleet Repair
Columbia Fleet Service offers truck repair services to Glen Burnie, MD
Thank you to our customers from Glen Burnie! For years, Glen Burnie companies have chosen Columbia Fleet Service for truck repair and fleet service. We appreciate the loyalty that we have found from our Glen Burnie customers.
For new customers, Columbia Fleet Service is a leading fleet repair shop that has a reputation for honest and dependable truck repair work. Our services include Fleet Hydraulic Services, Fleet Mobile A/C Services, Fleet Collision Repair Services, Fleet Miscellaneous Services, General Fleet Services, Fleet Engine Work, Fleet Electrical, Fleet Electronics, Fleet Suspension Work, and Fleet Front End Services.
For questions please give us a call at 410-799-2500.
Columbia Fleet Service located at 7661 Assateague Drive is where customers go to find affordable, professional car care!
Yeah I’m calling it to give to Columbia Fleet service To Sebastian the tow driver The Best credit ever…
Anthony Mullins, 07/01/2022
What can I say? Thank you!!! What a wonderful shop and people. My trailer broke down just around the corner and when I was searching I found this place is the closest one and I parked my truck @TA and walked to the shop they searched the part and got the estimate on the next day. My worry was it may take longer to get fix but the professional John told me he will do the best and he did it! What a nice person and his colleagues at the office are all nice and helpful.
Seyoum Zenebe, 06/24/2022
Well let me start by saying the work that they do is Aces!! I've taken several trucks of the company that I work for there for maintenance and they've done awesome jobs on each. However due to there incredibly amazing staff and work that they provide they tend to get a little swamped. So things take a little longer than expected. But like I always say "Take your time do it right so you ain't gotta come back and fix it later". So if it's truck related and you're in the area CALL COLUMBIA FLEET SERVICE!!!!!!!!
Daniel Solorio, 06/23/2022