In residential areas of Coronado there are STOP signs almost on each intersection. They never put YIELD sign. So, stop and drive stop and drive, again and again :-).
Hmm... one more reason not to use manual transmission hehe.
When you drive back from Coronado to San Diego by the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge you must enter I-5: either North (if you drive to downtown) from left lane or South (National Ave.) if you drive towards Mexico via National City from right lane.
Hmm... drive middle lane to choose last minute direction :-).
They used to write many warnings on traffic signs, surely in English. Just one example on my picture. Hmm... better learn English before driving there.
Driving around Coronado watch traffic signs - especially when you drive right lane :-)).
Speed limit in residential areas of Coronado is usually 30 mph. Watch traffic signs and remember: speeding may get you a ticket.
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