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Winnie
Winnie
Sunnyvale, California
Toyota Sunnyvale
2006 Scion 1792
The salesman was good at showing the features of the car. He was friendly and enthusiastic.
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Sunnyvale, CA Driving Tips and Experiences

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Moshe
Moshe
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Sunnyvale, CA Driving Tips
Use your blinkers! So many drivers in this area, in Sunnyvale and in surrounding areas think that they don't need to use signals and can swerve into whichever lane they would like. Also, too many cars speed in parking lots and with the rate that retail establishments are popping up, and the more crowded this area gets, the more dangerous it will be to speed in parking lots.
Sunnyvale, CA Buying Tips
It's very easy to find a place to buy a car from in Sunnyvale. If you want to stay on El Camino, there are a handful of dealerships but if you go on Stevens Creek, which runs parallel to El Camino but a little bit of a ways down (you can access it by taking Lawrence Expressway), it seems as if a huge chunk of Stevens Creek is made up of dealerships so that is probably the best place to look.
Favorite driving memory
My favorite memory of driving in Sunnyvale is when I was first learning to drive. I'd had to take public transportation for so long to get to work in Sunnyvale, coming from Mountain View. Although in terms of miles, it was not far, having to wait around for the bus and hit every stop took so long. It was very liberating being able to drive down El Camino and only stop at the stop lights and get to my destinations 3X faster with a car.
Favorite road
El Camino Real. Going down El Camino Real, there are plenty of places you can go for food/gas and other necessities without having to make any turns. It's easy to pick up right where you left off if you have to make a stop, and can get you to Mountain View or Santa Clara very quickly, depending on the direction that you're going if you don't want to deal with traffic on the freeway.