Since 1957, All Transmission World has been meeting the transmission needs of car owners here in Florida with locations in central Florida opening in 1983. To better serve the surrounding communities including east Orlando and Oviedo, the East Colonial Drive location opened our doors for business just off of Rouse Road in January of 1997.

We take great pride in our exceptional client experience by combining excellent customer service with affordable and trustworthy mechanical service by our ASE certified mechanics. Adding the offer of a lifetime warranty on parts and 12 month/12,000 mile warranty on labor, All Transmission World in East Orlando is the leader in transmission rebuilding and repair. When you’re on a mission to fix your transmission, call All Transmission World.

Our Owner

Excellence in service starts at the top. As owner and manager of the East Colonial location, Andy Germ leads the All Transmission World team to meet and exceed expectations of clients and within community. A graduate of Penn State University, Andy received his Bachelors degree in Finance and Economics. Before opening the East Colonial location of All Transmission World in 1997, he worked for LTV Aerospace in Texas and Martin Marietta here in Florida.

Andy served on the Board of Directors for the East Orlando Chamber of Commerce for 13 years and also volunteered his time for local Little League Baseball. For Andy, faith and family has been a priority for him. He was a member of Good Shepherd Catholic Church, and is currently a parishioner of Most Precious Blood Catholic Church. Andy has been married to his loving wife for over 30 years and has three adult children and two grandchildren.

In the Community

All Transmission World, East Colonial has supported many organizations in central Florida including University of Central Florida, Seminole Community College, Oviedo High School, Timber Creek High School, University High School, Hagerty High School and local Little League Baseball. We will continue to involve ourselves and give back to the community members who have supported us for so many years.