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A. Beiler
A. Beiler
Peoria Kia
2005 Kia 1720
The dealership was extremely friendly! They were knowledgeable and did not try to push ridiculous accessories or sell me the car like a "female". They were willing to talk to me about performance, mileage, etc. I did not get the impression of "sleaziness" that I received from some of the other dealerships we looked at, and I was impressed that they didn't try to push the sale immediately and let us take our time.
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Peoria, AZ Driving Tips and Experiences

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Marcelo
Marcelo
Peoria, AZ
Peoria, AZ Driving Tips
A tip I would give other drivers in this city is that it is going to take time to get to know everything. The road systems are very different then they are anywhere else so get a map. Roads here run east to west and avenues and streets run north to south. Don't be shy, if you need help ask someone for directions. Everyone here knows how difficult it is to drive around, so they're always willing to help someone out. Make sure if you get pulled over in this city, do not use the shoulders even though they are there. The cops appreciate it when you get off of an exit or turn into a parking a lot. Most of the time they will let you go if you do. Be careful of dust storms. When you see one coming, either get to where you need to be before it comes, or pull over. It becomes really difficult to see, and you could end up in an accident if you're not use to driving in those conditions.
Peoria, AZ Buying Tips
There is no one place that is better than another to go buy a car. There are many different dealerships where you can go. If you to go Bell Rd, there is about a 2 mile stretch of different dealerships. I would not suggest to buy a car from Craigslist or someone whose selling one. There are things you'll need that most people sell their cars because of. If you buy a car here, there are a few different things you have to think of. First off you have to make sure the car has air conditioning. You will not survive 120 degree weather without it. You shouldn't buy a car with leather seats, if you sit in a car with leather seats, you will get burnt. You have to make sure you get a light colored car, like a white car. You also have to make sure you get tint on all of the windows as well. All of these things can be costly, hence why I don't suggest going to someone from Craigslist because if these things are broken or missing, it will cost more in the long run to do. Personally, I like the Chevy dealership on Bell Rd. I recently bought my truck from there, and they gave me a great deal. They also a full service repair shop, where you can pull in with your car and get it fixed the same day while you watch inside.
Favorite driving memory
My favorite memory from driving in this city is from when I first moved out to Arizona. I drove my old car with no air conditioning three days across country from New Jersey to Arizona. I finally got into Arizona, and I was really excited to finally be here. Well, as I was driving it started to get really foggy and Smokey smelling. I didn't have air conditioning so I had to deal with this fog and smoke smell filling my car. I didn't know what was going on, or where any of this was coming from. I called my boyfriend who was in front of me driving, and he told me that I should get use to it because it's all from a wildfire that was burning near our soon to be house, and this time of thing happens a lot here in Arizona. So, I was trying to drive with all of this smoke in the air, and I could barely see so I decided to pull over. Well that was a bad idea because I pulled over to what I thought was the side of the road, and it happened to be a ditch. I totaled my car that day, and I still laugh about it every time I drive past.
Favorite road
I-17. This is my favorite road to drive because it's so large. In Arizona a lot of the roads are still being developed, like this one. They are always expanding it, and there's always new exits forming. I love this road because it's like the main road to get to everything. I use it to go to the airport, the movies, work, and to get to all of my friend's houses. It's easier to use this road instead of using the back roads, because even though there is a lot more traffic, the flow is a lot better. Another thing that I like about this road is they have a carpool lane that I am able to use whenever I have more than one person in the car, and if there is backed up traffic, I can use this lane and I get to where I need to be very quickly. I also like that there are many lanes to use in this road, so it makes the flow of traffic a lot easier. Another thing that I really like is if you need help, there is always someone there. People will pull over to help you change your tire, or the highway patrol will come and help you. You'll never be stranded on this road. Another great thing is the roads are kept up with and are always in the best conditions, so you don't have to worry about potholes, ever.
Margart
Margart
Peoria, AZ
Peoria, AZ Driving Tips
I would warn them to stay clear of the Peoria and Grand intersection because unless you are familiar with this area you will get lost. The roads turn into other roads and begin going in different directions without a turn involved. There are train tracks in this area too and for some reason it causes people to get turned backwards and end up not knowing where they are.
Peoria, AZ Buying Tips
There are a ton of dealerships in this area on Bell Rd. and it has been my experience that if they are a dealership, they should not be trusted. There are a lot of private parties selling vehicles and this is what I would recommend. I would suggest finding someone who knows about cars and buying a car this way. It gives back to the community and keeps the shady car salesman at the bottom of the barrel.
Favorite driving memory
I enjoy driving period. I enjoy driving in this city only during times when the traffic is light and the weather is nice. I can enjoy the windows down driving out towards the mountains during the sunset. It's so beautiful to have the wind coming through the windows and watching the different colors from the sky. There are a lot of areas where there is no housing so it's open and makes me feel free.
Favorite road
Peoria Ave.. There is light traffic on the west part of this road and some of it has windy turns and it's fun to drive on those parts. You have to be fully engaged in driving and it makes me feel like I am a part of the road. Maybe even not knowing what is around the next turn, although I do know, but it is still kind of exciting to drive them.