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AAA CDL School

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(8 Reviews)

14803 Camino Rancho Dr, Houston, TX 77083

(281) 495-9192

Today: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
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General Info
At AAA CDL School we take pride in preparing individuals to pass ALL tests to get a CDL License through the use of modern technologies such as Computer Based Training (CBT) and powerful Computer Simulators. Tractor-trailer training is always 1-on-1 with emphasis in safety and defensive driving.
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Phone: (713) 858-0044

We offer truck driver training programs for: - Class A CDL with or without Endorsements - Class B CDL with Passenger only or Passenger and School Bus Endorsements
Mission Bend Mission Leona, Mission Bend South
English, Spanish
Trucking, Truck Driving Schools, Driving Instruction, Truck Rental, Business & Vocational Schools


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Angel C.



I had a really good experience at this school. They are really professional and they helped me get my license in 3 weeks. I highly recommend this school.

Kevin J.



This school is horrible and pretty unprofessional. I should have read the reviews before joining it.

I am giving 2 star instead of 1 just because I got my CDL from them but wouldn't consider it to others.

Do some research before joining.

Emeka U.



AAA CDL School was a great help to me in getting my class A cdl license. The staff there is awesome! I highly recomend this school to anyone trying to get they're cdl license. A special thanks to the driving instructor at Rosenberg for being patient with me and being very detailed oriented in my training.
I have recommended up to three of my friends to AAA CDL SCHOOL.

Michael B.



I am going to complain BBB because this is not a CDL school anymore. They simply take your money and teach you nothing. All they say is just finish our automatic driving classes and you are good to go.

They assume as if we are trained with manual driving. You have to sit in front of the computer and get use to those readymade questions. I think they bought the software through some trucking companies and using it over there as "Exam Practice Set". They don't have license to take the Truck outside (on road) so the training will be on a dead end street somewhere behind their house. Really UNPROFESSIONAL..................

They will teach you through the old 35Ft Flat Bed trailer which makes no sense. It would have been better if they start teaching manual truck training, pretrip inspection, coupling-uncoupling on different axles, road training and more........

All you do is pay them $ 1600 so you can sit there and play some truck simulation video games. I don't know if they opened the school for those mexican truck drivers who come here with a knowledge of manual driving and just want to get job.

Really Sad. I am thinking to visit Dallas for training since there are no great options available in Houston.

Thomas L.



This school is no good.

It's a scam to take your money. Beware.

The person name Rudy is really rude and never teach anything. They took my money and don't return now. I should have gone to some college or truck company directly instead of joining AAA. It's a waste of time and money.

Seriously there is nobody to teach. All they do is tell you to sit in front of computer all day long.

They don't take credit card or check which is another drawback because if you won't your money back then there is no proof that you have paid them and it's a matter of $ 1600 so do some serious research before you join this school.

Carlos J.



Very Bad. They take my money and don't return now. I don't find job because everybody ask for manual driving. They said that they know lot of companies but nobody will take because of not knowing manual driving.

They don't teach anything just make you sit in front of computer & make you play kids Truck game that they call stimulation. They charge too much $ 1600 for nothing. They don't teach manual driving & you can't get job without it.

It's been 3 months & I don't find any company. They tell you all good things and then its all money taking. This is not a school because they do from their house & that also in garage room very bad. They don't have any big trucks also. All they teach is one old junk small truck & that also on back side of their house where there is one dead end street.

I will complain Educational Board, Austin & License School Department, Texas about this school.

I would not give even 1 star to this school. They made good website & for that I can give 5 start.

Andrew F.




I had to go through Lone Star College and sign up a contract because of AAA CDL School. All the professors from Lone Star college were laughing on me as if I am dumb and yes I was. All my money paid to AAA was of no use since none of the big companies will hire me.

This school is good for those students who are in the transportation business or knows somebody and can get the job with or without manual truck driving experience.

If you want to go as a real professional driver then you need to learn the basic fundamentals through professional school or by trucking companies. There is no shortcut.

It was a different ball game when I learned Pre-trip Inspection, backing, driving 53" trailer (not like the Junk, AAA has), log, coupling, uncoupling and more through lone star so don't waste your money on this AAA school. Do some research before you join anywhere.

Sorry Ceaser. You are really nice person but the standards of the school are really low and you need to improve it.

Alex R.



These people surprised me not only were they patient but offer several learning options and really prepare you before taking the test. Even if you dont pass it the first time they offer to help you retake it. Hands down great people to work with :)

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