Light Duty Fleet Brakes Services
Light Duty Fleet Car, SUV and Truck Brake Repair and Inspection
With car, SUV and light truck fleets it is critical to keep your brakes in top-notch condition. Every time a vehicle in your fleet breaks down it takes a valuable asset off the road. Accidents associated with brake failures can decrease the resale value of fleet assets down the road. Ask about Columbia Fleet Service's preventive maintenance plan to keep your vehicles moving. Call today at 410-799-2500.
All fleets need to maintain the brakes on their vehicles with a regularly scheduled preventive maintenance program. Choose Columbia Fleet Service for our maintenance cost agreements and process designed to put your fleet back on the road fast. By planning and scheduling critical brake inspections and repairs for your fleet, you can ensure a safe, reliable and cost-effective operation. Schedule fleet brake repair and inspection based on time and mileage at Columbia Fleet Service in Jessup today!
5 Ways Fleet Owners Save At Columbia Fleet Service in Jessup
- Controlled fleet maintenance costs
- Fast fleet repair management processes
- Quicker vehicle turnaround time
- Managed parts inventory
- Pre-agreed fleet maintenance costs
Maximize fleet uptime and decrease downtime by performing repairs such as brake pad replacement on an incremental basis. This lowers operating costs by reducing towing and extensive mechanical damage caused by brake failures. Give us a call today at 410-799-2500 or stop by our shop at 7661 Assateague Drive.
Sebastian, thanks for the prompt service.
Eric C., 08/11/2022
My gratitude to Fleet Columbia especially to Pete the mechanic! I stack at company where I went for pick up, my truck won't to start, it was wire problem! I called them they send the repair truck mechanic came listened to me and extinguished the problem! Good service, well people! God bless you!
Damir Ismailov, 07/27/2022
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