Auto Repair in Abingdon, MD
The unincorporated community of Abingdon is situated in northeast Maryland, about 25 miles from Baltimore in Harford County. State Route 7 runs through town, with the Bush River and Interstate 95 nearby.
The town was named after Abingdon, England and founded by William Paca, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the third Governor of Maryland. Abingdon became the home of Cokesbury College, the first Methodist college in the United States.
An abundance of history defines Abingdon to this day. The historic home of Woodside is located here, designed in 1823 and listed in 1979 on the National Register of Historic Places. The Nelson-Reardon-Kennard House is another historic attraction in Abingdon, part of it built as early as 1785. It is the oldest documented frame dwelling in Harford County, listed in 1991 on the same national register as Woodside.
Hundreds of cars and trucks fill the streets of Abingdon, and they all need proper maintenance. Full Circle Tire & Auto is proud to serve drivers throughout Abingdon with dependable, long-lasting auto repairs. Our professional team delivers exceptional customer service, combined with accurate and efficient workmanship. We’re conveniently located on Governors Court, and we look forward to your visit.