New 80-Bay Shop Opens in Maryland - BodyShop Business

New 80-Bay Shop Opens in Maryland

Passport Auto Group announced that its new, state-of-the-art collision repair center will open for business on Oct. 24. The completely redesigned and renovated 47,000-square-foot facility, located at 4721 Auth Place, Suitland, Md., is one of the largest collision repair facilities in the region, according to Passport, featuring 80 bays, four drive-through prep stations, three downdraft spraybooths and six detail areas.

Passport Collision Center will repair all makes and models and work with all insurance companies. Passport says it will also offer "express repair services" such as small bumper repairs, paintless dent repairs and complete vehicle detail services.

Passport Collision Center is a new facility with staff whose experience ranges from 15-30 years in the collision repair industry. Passport noted that it will warrant repairs as long as the customer owns his or her vehicle.

Passport Collision Center says it is a "green facility" using energy-saving equipment and machines. The shop will use waterborne/low-VOC paints and recycle all waste paints, core paints, metals, aluminums, oil, coolants, office paper, cardboard and plastic products.

Other features of the Passport Collision Center include:

• Factory trained and certified repair and refinish technicians
• 24-hour tow service
• On-site rental vehicles
• Customer lounge
• Trained front office staff to provide assistance throughout the repair process
• Willingness to work with all insurance companies


More information:

Passport Collision Center

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