Recreational Vehicle Repair

We provide complete repair and maintenance services for your RV

Fixing RVs, trucks and diesel engines since the 1970's

Serving Baltimore and servicing all RV types and trailers. Experts at RV repairs and maintenance, RV air conditioning repair, RV electrical and diagnostic services, and RV safety inspections.

Purchased an RV, or new to Maryland?

We can inspect your vehicle, issue a Maryland Vehicle Inspection certificate and transfer the title all at the Glen Burnie, MD location.

We perform RV repair services

Our facility is equipped with the skills, tools, and space needed to perform reliable RV repairs. We have 10 large bays and our entire staff is licensed and certified in a number of areas. We have state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, which comes in handy when a check engine light comes on. We offer services for air conditioning, engines, mechanical issues, and transmissions. You can save time when you choose our shop for your repairs, because instead of traveling from location to location, we will take care of everything under one roof.
To ensure optimal performance during cross-country road trips or driving around town, it is important you stay on top of maintenance appointments. RVs need just as much care as your everyday driver. See our team for any preventive task:

Full RV inspections and title transferring

Is your recreational vehicle acting up? Are you thinking of selling your RV and need an inspection before you evaluate the value? Bring your RV to Maryland Auto & Truck. Our trusted name for vehicle services extends to cars, trucks, and RVs. We offer full inspection services, which are performed by qualified, trained technicians. During an inspection, we will look at the current condition and identify any needed repairs. Maryland has a standard of quality for RVs and trailers. We offer repair services in the case that your RV does not meet inspection requirements. If successfully completed, we will issue a Maryland Vehicle Inspection certificate.
We can make the RV-selling process easier by providing title transfer services. In order to obtain a 30-day temporary tag or vehicle registration in Maryland, you need a title from the seller. If you are a seller, you can come to our shop for assistance. Even if you are the buyer, you may suggest our location to complete your title transaction.

Maryland vehicle safety inspection program

Bring your RV or trailer to us for a complete Maryland State Inspection. Upon successful completion of the inspection, our licensed inspector will issue you a certificate used to obtain your vehicle registration. Items that do not meet the standard set by the Maryland, will be noted and may be repaired at our facility. As an added benefit and courtesy for you, the ASE certified tech will issue you a report of maintenance items or performance issues observed – that while not affecting the issuance of a certificate — you may want to address.

What you need to obtain a Maryland title new tags, and vehicle registratio

  1. A title signed by the seller. Buyers that wish to be shown on the title must be available for signatures on the title and title application.
  2. A Certificate from Maryland Auto and Truck Repair or an authorized Maryland Vehicle Inspection Station.
  3. Lien holder information or a lien release.
  4. A valid Maryland Soundex (license) number. If you don’t have one, we’ll get one for you.
  5. An original bill of sale if purchased from a dealer or a notarized bill of sale if purchased from a private party and the vehicle is seven years or newer.
  6. Auto insurance information

What you need to obtain a 30 temp tag

After obtaining the tag you have 30 days to obtain the Inspection Certificate. Inspection Certificates may be obtained from Maryland Auto and Truck Repair.

  1. A title signed by the seller. Buyers that wish to be shown on the title must be available for signatures on the title and title application.
  2. Lien holder information or a lien release.
  3. A valid Maryland Soundex (license) number. If you don’t have one, we’ll get one for you.
  4. An original bill of sale if purchased from a dealer or a notarized bill of sale if purchased from a private party and the vehicle is seven years or newer.
  5. An insurance policy or binder number.
I have been looking for great, honest service for my RV. I think I have found the place! Great price, great service done in a timely manner, I will be back.
Kathryn Balch