Get The Care Your Car Needs from Our Independently Owned Service Center Serving Kent Island, MD and surrounding areas.


Maintaining a car is vital to keeping it on the road. At C.M.Garrett, service customers can keep their vehicles running in top condition. The service department's options are conveniently organized to keep cars/trucks running smoothly, year after year. Call us today at 410-643-8686 for all of your service needs.

Our professional staff can answer all questions regarding service, parts or accessories, and will make sure your car is maintained flawless and drives smoothly in the Queen Anne, MD area. We are a "Service Center for the People" and we will take care of all of your automotive needs. At C.M. Garrett, we love our customers, and they love us back.


  • Factory-Trained Technicians

  • Emergency Road Service

  • Automatic & Manual Transmission Service

  • Differential Repair

  • P.M. Inspections

  • Brake System Repairs

  • Clutch Adjustment & Replacement

  • Diesel Engine Repair, Rebuilding & Remanufacturing

  • Engines for Cat, Cummins, Detroit & International

  • Fuel Pump & Injector Repair

  • Chassis Dynomometer

  • Electrical Repair

  • Air Conditioning Repairs

  • Radiator Repairs

  • Maintenance Programs

  • Oil Analysis






Do you need more runway than a 747 to stop your car? If you answered yes it's time to have your brakes inspected today.

From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to power brake booster, drum brakes to disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensors, C.M.Garrett technicians know every part of your brake system inside and out and can perform brake repair on any make and model.


Tip: When you hear a noise drop by for a free brake check to prevent any further damage to your rotors.


Nothing strikes fear like your check engine light coming on.  The symbol you'd like to ignore, but shouldn't.  This warning sign has the potential to keep a minor situation from becoming a major repair - so be sure to listen to your car when it tells you to check the engine.



Modern vehicles come equipped with an onboard computer diagnostic system (OBD II) that monitors your vehicle’s operations. The OBD II system monitors emissions control systems. That means the monitors can detect anything from a loose fuel cap to a clogged catalytic converter. An illuminated check engine light means that the driver should have the vehicle checked as soon as possible; a flashing check engine Iight means that the driver should park and shut off the vehicle immediately - before serious engine or emissions system damage occurs.


Every vehicle needs a quality tune-up. No matter if you drive the latest start-stop technology or a classic collector, regularly scheduled engine maintenance is key to helping extend the life of your vehicle, maintain fuel economy and prevent major issues from occurring.



Transmission gears are responsible for the transfer of power from the engine to the wheels and regulating your speed.  The transmission fluid cools and lubricated these gears.  Over time, transmission fluid breaks down and loses its lubricating ability.

  • facebook-square