Back on the Road 2021

Time for our FIFTH annual Back on the Road!

C&A is once again selecting two veterans living in the Eldersburg/Sykesville area who could use a little extra help getting or keeping their vehicle going. Whether its for travel to work, finding work or transporting their family around—we’re looking to get them back on the road.

The selected veterans will each receive up to $2,500 of auto repair or maintenance services at no charge. All work will be done to our high standards with our full 24 month/24,000 mile warranty—they will just see an amount due of zero.

We will not advertise their names unless the veteran approves. Everything can be submitted anonymously if you prefer. We may broadly announce what work was done but not who it was for or any identifying images of the vehicles.

Nominations are open from Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021 at 8:00pm through Wednesday, November 10th, 2021 at 11:45pm.

Selections will be made Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11th, 2021. We will contact the nominator directly and can begin work as soon as it convenient for the nominee.

  • No need to like a page or buy anything
  • No limit on nominations
  • Nominees are picked at our sole discretion

Click to view previous years’ work.

2021 Awardees

The awardees have been notified and work has begun. Check back for updates when we get these amazing local veterans back on the road!

Nominate a Veteran

Nominations for 2021 are now closed, so we can announce our selections on Veteran's Day.

Previous Awardees

2021-11-03T00:58:06-04:00

GMC Sierra 1500 Repair

When Wyatt dropped off truck he request a couple things. First was there is a brake pulsation after driving for a little while. Second he wanted us to perform an Alignment, Wyatt stated that his tires are wearing funny. He also wanted us to check truck over for any maintenance needed. We put Wyatt in a loaner car and told him we would call when we were done.

2021-11-02T23:42:43-04:00

Hyundai Sonata Repair

This nominee is a 77 year old Korean War veteran and former Laurel Police Officer. He was widowed two years ago and recently moved in with his son, daughter in law and grandson. He took great care his wife and never left her needing for anything while she was sick even sacrificing his own medications to pay for whatever treatments or medications she needed. He would give you the shirt off his back.