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A.A.A. Complete Auto Repair

(281) 564-7782

12160 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77099

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Specialties

Collision Repair & Paint Oil Change & Lube Roadside Assistance Service & Repair
Transmission Repair Upholstery Windshield/Glass

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Car Delivery Car Pickup/Dropoff Car Wash Child Friendly
Early Bird Dropoff Extended/Evening Hours Financing Free Inspection
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Customer Reviews (4 reviews)

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A.A.A. Complete Auto Repair
December 30, 2010

Did not like the way these peopole treated me or my vehicle. Defintely not reocmended

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A.A.A. Complete Auto Repair
January 07, 2011

Sometimes when you drive a nice car, you are automatically charged a higher price for your repairs by many shops. Not the case here and Not this shop. This shop saved me about $300.00 On my brake job compared to quotes I received from other places. Thumps Up.

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A.A.A. Complete Auto Repair
March 14, 2011

AAA COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR IS A DECEPTIVE, FRAUDULENT BUSINESS AND IS CURRENTLY UNDER INVESTIGATION, BEWARE BEFORE ENGAGING IN ANY BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS WITH THESE INDIVIDUALS!

This company is abusing the mechanics lien process intentionally. The business utilizes various internet site like Craigslist and Backpages, by luring individuals in with a very competitive prices, and advertising free towing, as well as other perks, to get the consumer to chose their services, and once the vehicle is in AAA Auto possession the charges are doubled or tripled without any notice given or authorization agreed to by the consumer, if the consumer disputes the charges a mechanics lien is used to retain the vehicle in order to extort the consumer for the new exorbitant amount for the undisclosed repairs or to permanently deprive the consumer of the vehicle that is in the shop's possession. These actions essentially amount to a theft, considering the value of the car versus the amount agreed, or even disputed amount.

The BBB of Houston has a misleading rating of A+ for this company, causing diligent consumers to rely on the rating to their detriment. This business is not a member of the BBB!
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A.A.A. Complete Auto Repair
February 17, 2011

Took my Q45 for suspension and AC work. This shop saved me lots of money and worked out a payment plan for me.

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