We started out servicing British and American cars, but long ago, we expanded our service to cover almost all makes and models on the road today -- including hybrids and electric vehicles, gasoline or diesel, manual or automatic... whatever you drive. We even service "classic" models. Wondering if your car is on the list?
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You can make appointments over the phone or online. If you want mailed or e-mail reminders we'll set it up. We remind you about services you declined. We'll drop you off or pick you up if you need a lift. Our 18 service bays and 5 technicians make it easier to accommodate your service request.
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If you are experiencing problems with your car, particularly intermittent problems, one of the best things you can do to optimize the repair experience is to complete a diagnostic form. This way, when the technician is evaluating your car, they have a more complete picture than they may be able to gain from the diagnostic equipment and repair sites.
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Make sure your car isn't one of them. Take advantage of our full service auto repair expertise. Some of the most common repairs and services we perform are noted below. Don't see what you are looking for? Check out our services page
"We started coming here because it was recommended by the best in Columbia. We liked it because you could get your car fixed and not have to come back again the next week to get the same thing fixed again. This had been our experience at other places. There was one time when we had a problem with a radiator that had been installed. It was defective and they [British American] replaced it with no problem. What that comes down to is the ethics of the company and the people who run it."
Steve & Roxy Sinex
Longtime British American Auto Care Customers
Communities: Burtonsville , Clarksville , Columbia [21044, 21045, 21046], Dorsey , Ellicott City [21042, 21043], Elkridge , Fulton , Hanover , Jessup , Maple Lawn , North Laurel , Savage-Fulford , and Scaggsville .
Popular Work Destinations: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Columbia Gateway Drive, Fort Meade, and the National Business Park.