6441 Natures Way

Appling, GA, 30802

Exit 183 off I-20

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Our new state-of-the-art service and body shop is  conveniently located just off I-20 at exit 183, 17 miles west of Augusta, Georgia. We offer all types of interior repairs, exterior repairs, chassis repairs, paint and body repairs, awnings, seals, winterization and installation of satellite systems or other electronics.

If you need to service your RV, camper or truck because of an accident, or just need standard maintenance, our technicians are ASE certified and our facilities are equipped with the latest technology to assure that your repairs are done right. We proudly use BASF coatings.

  • All work 100 percent guaranteed, backed by the trusted Cushman companies

  • Collision repairs on all makes and models

  • State-of-the-art facilities and equipment

  • Towing available

  • Awnings, custom exteriors, delaminating and equipment repairs

  • Fabrication, frame repair and welding

  • Fiberglass front and rear cap replacements, fiberglass repair

  • Full collision damage repairs

  • Outer body part replacement

  • Storm and hail damage

  • Roof repairs and maintenance, including: fiberglass, metal, and rubber.

  • Siding, including: fiberglass side wall repair/replacements and aluminum skin

  • Structural repairs diesel trucks, coaches and travel trailers

  • Windows and doors

The new Cushman RV Repair Center is part of the Cushman family of collision repair centers in the Augusta area. With more than 50 years experience and convenient locations in Augusta, Evans, and Martinez. Cushman Paint and Body is the CSRA's premier collision repair center!

Founder, Jimmy Cushman, started his business in a two-bay shop in rural Columbia County while working as an employee at another body shop. He and a few family and friends restored old cars and painted golf cars for Club Car. Back in those days, special order colors were hand painted and the Cushman team painted thousands.

With the support his wife Ann, and a nudge from family members, Jimmy quit his job, put up a big sign on Washington Road and formally opened Cushman Paint and Body in 1988. With help from sons Scott and Edward and Kenny Convington, Cushman has grown into one of Georgia's largest collision repair companies.

We have more than 100,000 square feet of repair facilities with modern unibody frame realignment systems, nine state-of-the art, down-draft spray booths and a computerized paint mixing system to ensure the closest color match possible. Our Direct Repair Shop relationship with most major insurance companies provides us with clear direct communication regarding damage analysis.


Our new state-of-the-art service and body shop is conveniently located just off I-20 at exit 183, 17 miles west of Augusta, Georgia. We service and repair all makes and models of diesel trucks, campers, RVs, motor coaches and other large vehicles. 


We specialize in recreational vehicle repairs and maintenance. When you need quality service to keep your RV running, call Cushman RV for help.

Towing Available


If you have an accident, you are stranded or your vehicle simply will not run our experienced drivers are here to get you where you need to be. 



Cushman RV Center now serves the entire CSRA area with its location in Appling, GA. Stop in today and see our huge inventory of used RVs!



Cushman RV will review your needed repairs and/or damage and give you a estimate.  We are happy to give you a detailed estimate for all of your needed repairs.



RV Dealerships sell and service RVs, but repairing collision damage is a very specialized service and few, if any, dealers are equipped to handle the process.


We take insurance claims on all makes, brands, and models. No job is too big or small, we do it all. We repair all travel trailers, fifth wheels, toy haulers, motorhomes, and more.



Amazing service.  We had a gas leak, they worked us in and fixed the problem that day.  We are from another state and needed help and they treated us like we were regulars.

Jeff Livon