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Solution: Move to Mexico. Speed limits are just guidelines. If you know the cops, no problemo. Otro cien nota, esta bien. Pagar ahora.
 

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Si. Ningunos límites de velocidad! Conduzco como un loco!
 

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WOW! Se habla Espoñol? Muy Bien.

The true meaning of driving enjoyment can be found south of the border. It isn't what most people think. The autopistas are smooth and wide open. From Arizona to Puerto Vallarta, you can go flat out for about 12 of the 16 hours.
 

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I heard that, I stepped over the border in my shiny new BMW. Into Tijuana. Possibly the biggest mistake of my life.

Maybe some, or most of Mexico is nice...but damn, if I ever go back I'm going east first, hehe.
 

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WOW! Se habla Espoñol? Muy Bien.

The true meaning of driving enjoyment can be found south of the border. It isn't what most people think. The autopistas are smooth and wide open. From Arizona to Puerto Vallarta, you can go flat out for about 12 of the 16 hours.
we should ask andrew to create a Castellano site for us :) hahahah

i doubt any product as such would take off here in california anyway. ACLU would sue their arse.
 

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Maybe some, or most of Mexico is nice...but damn, if I ever go back I'm going east first, hehe.
I would agree. Most border towns are that way.

I Live in Puerto Vallarta for most of the year and you don't know what you are missing. Yes, there are places I wouldn't go. But its the same in the States. You make a wrong turn in L.A., Chicago, Detroit, and you are done.

I have lived in a lot of places, so far this has been the best: Climate(85 degrees all year), family life, financially.
 

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So, coming from LA, what's the best way to get down to someplace nice? Like if I wanted to spend a weekend away...Ensenada, Rosarito, etc?
 

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There are a couple places within a days drive. I would stay away from Ensenada and Rosarito. They seem too close to the border and there is a bit of a drug problem there. I highly recommend Guayabitos or Puerto Peñasco. Puerto Peñasco is at the tip of the sea of Cortez and is about 5 hours from you. Wide expansive beaches and cheap beer will await you. Guayabitos is a little longer drive but much more tranquil and a great escape from L.A. If you are more adventurous, drive to Puerto Vallarta and spend a little longer. Guaranteed sun! We won't see rain until April. And warmth. I went with a coupe, but a Syper would feel right at home.

I would not recommend driving at night and staying on the autopista (freeways) for the bulk of the driving. From Puerto Vallarta, you are only a 4 hour drive from Guadalajara and 90 minutes from this incredible volcanic lake where the water is always 85 degrees.

Open the car up without fear of smokey. Your car deserves it. So do you.
 

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Oh I wouldn't take the Maser down, if for only because my insurance wouldn't cover it, and I'd probably get assaulted in TJ hehe. The old Jeep would do just nicely. Thanks for the recs though I'll keep them in mind.
 
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