Do NOT use MB Picasso. They are a bunch of liars, thieves, and crooks! I got in a car accident and was solicited by a tow truck driver to move the car. He brought it to MB Picasso without my permission and charged me a $300 tow bill. \r
The next day I found out that because my car was leased, I had to take it into a certified BMW repair shop instead of having it worked on at MB Picasso. Keep in mind I have signed nothing that authorized MB Picasso to charge me any amount of money. The only thing I had with MB Picasso on it was the tow bill saying that thats where it was being towed to. \r
In this period of less than 36 hours, MB Picasso billed my with bogus $75/day storage fees THREE TIMES(one for a portion of the night it was towed, and then the next day, and then a part of the next morning as this was when the other tow driver could get to it - Although Robert from MB Picasso swore to me that he would not bill me a third day). On top of that, they also charged me a $150 bogus handling fee. So total, they did absolutely nothing or me and scammed me out of $600. Whats worse is that they were cash only and I had to pay them to get my car, or they would keep charging me $75/day fees. \r
Im in he process of filing suit in the small business court, but I just wanted to warn you guys so you do not fall into the same trap that I fell into. My expired AAA membership would've saved me this $600 headache and scam. Robert, if you are reading this, I hope you get whats coming to you. You're a thieving con artist and should be put down. \r
TL;DR: DO NOT USE MB PICASSO! You WILL get SCREWED. HARD.