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Do you live in Pitman, Ewan, Clayton or Richwood, NJ? CollisionMax can serve all your auto body repair needs with a body shop in Glassboro, NJ. We’re right on 47 not far from exit 45 of Rt 55. That means expert collision repair is just a few minutes away from your front door. Sure, there are other Glassboro auto body shops, but they can’t match our commitment to the highest quality workmanship or our friendly and courteous service.

If your vehicle has been damaged, call us for fast and high-quality auto body repair service at our Glassboro, NJ location.

Areas we service:

Mullica Hill | Pitman | Sewel | Williamstown | Clayton | Elmer | Franklinville | Malaga | Monroeville | Newfield | Vineland

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Auto Body Repair in Glassboro, NJ

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CollisionMax of Glassboro

178 South Delsea Drive
Glassboro, NJ 08028

(856) 881-0149

Customers trust the friendly staff and skilled auto body technicians at CollisionMax of Glassboro to get their vehicle back to pre-accident condition while staying informed the whole time.

4.64 out of 5 based on 994 ratings

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Did you know?

Glassboro is the home of Rowan University and the site of a June, 1967 summit meeting between President Lyndon Baines Johnson and Alexi Kosygin, premier of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Talks between the two leaders were held in Hollybush Mansion, on the campus of what was then called Glassboro State College. While not yielding any concrete results, the congenial three-day meeting improved relationships between the two countries in the midst of tensions over the Vietnam War and Arab-Israeli Six-Day War.

On June 19, 1986, President Ronald Reagan was the guest speaker at Glassboro High School’s graduation ceremonies. He was the first sitting U.S. president to address a graduating class of high school seniors.