Glynn County, Ga., opened a new fleet facility earlier this month, replacing a fire-damaged building that was at least 50 years old, the Florida Times-Union reported.

The prior facility was burned in the 1990s and wired temporarily to get it back open, but it had still been operating with that same wiring.

The new 21,000 square-foot building has eight lifts that allow technicians to walk and work upright under vehicles. It also has an overhead crane and ventilation system.