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West Palm Beach, FL DEALER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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avh
avh
Honda Yamaha Of Palm Beach West
2006 Honda 856
There was quick and responsive service, even if the service at times wasn't as great as one would want. All said and done, though, it was above average--I mean that imagine in your head the typical reputation of a car dealership and this place will go above it just enough to make purchasing the car not as horrible an experience as it easily could be. When can we buy cars on amazon anyways--lets cut the middleman, please.
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West Palm Beach, FL Driving Tips and Experiences

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Is a car necessary in West Palm Beach?
Must have
13%
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2%
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Desmond
Desmond
West Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach, FL Driving Tips
I would advise not driving during rush hour( after 5) because traffic can get really bad and congested and because there seem to be a lot of really angry and inconsiderate drivers down here. I would advise to watch out for bicycles because they drive right in the road and they often have marathons and stuff where there will be literally hundreds of bikers in the roads. On Sundays there are always large gangs of motorcycles too, watch out for them. And I would not advise driving around late in west Palm as there is a lot of crime at night, and you could get robbed or shot.
West Palm Beach, FL Buying Tips
I have always bought my vehicles from Craig's list, west Palm is a large city and there are often many many listings and you can find some really good ones. Miami is a good city to purchase a vehicle from too because it is huge and there are a lot of affordable cars down there. You may need to speak a little Spanish though or have a translator if you want to get a really good deal. There are a lot of really big dealerships in west Palm and also in Stuart which is not to far north. I would advise a vehicle that is gas efficient as there is a lot of stop and go traffic here. And I would avoid black cars as south Florida is a very hot and sunny state and your car may turn into an oven in the daytime (speaking from experience).
Favorite driving memory
My favorite memories would be on my way to work in the morning, when I am driving a long the beach and I get to watch the sun rise over the ocean. We have to have some of the best sunrises in the world here. It is beautiful. Palm trees, beach sand, and a beautiful sunrise, what more could you want.
Favorite road
Ocean dr.. It is an amazing road because as the name implies, it is right on the ocean. This road runs parallel to the beach and the water and you never know what you may see. Beautiful nature scenery, beautiful women, people having fun, surfing, kite surfing, flying around, there are always things to see, and the traffic is not bad along this road, nor are there many traffic lights.
Cletus
Cletus
West Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach, FL Driving Tips
I am from New York City and it is easy to use shortcuts by cutting down side streets. Don't do this in West Palm Beach as a lot of the streets will lead you to nowhere.
West Palm Beach, FL Buying Tips
I would advise anyone to go on Okeechobee Blvd. There are a lot of dealerships on this strip. I have never used AutoList or craigslist to purchase a car.
Favorite driving memory
I enjoy driving along the Ocean Avenue beachfront, usually from Lantana Road all the way up to Royal Poinciana Road. The I-95 is too hectic and sometimes I take the beach route instead. The turquoise ocean's expanse is breathtaking. I roll my windows down and the wind blows in and I can hear the sound of the waves, and smell and feel the heavy salty air. It's even beautiful when it rains and the sea is rough and loud. This route takes me to a distant tropical island with lavish Mediterranean homes with meticulously manicured lawns, some way back from the two-way winding road. Its my 15 minute mini-vacation and I love it......Even if I am behind a slowpoke!
Favorite road
South Dixie Highway. Dixie Highway is not really a highway. It's a 4 way street at most points and then turns into a two lane. It never really has a lot of traffic. As you drive from the northern end, it is lined with old one and two story buildings, some with beautiful architecture and others just dilapidated and plain ugly. It feels as if it were deserted a long long time ago. Then as you drive a rejuvenation happens. There are newer buildings, a modern courthouse and seven and eight story condos, then Clematis Street intersection where it noisy and lively with young adults at night. As you cross over Okeechobee Blvd; a museum and mostly antique shops line both sides. After, this stretch, it back to the past; run down mixed matched buildings.