The Most User-Friendly Cars for Your Teen

Looking At The Risk and Rewards When Choosing

The first decision that parents who want to get a car for their teen with a fresh driving license should make is whether the best solution is to pass the teen driver the old family car or to get a cheap car that has not been previously owned by the family. Of course, the very first thing is to make sure they attend one of the licensed driving schools in Colorado Springs area.  The choice depends on many different factors – here are some:

  • Vehicle size – bigger vehicles are usually safer to drive for beginner drivers, but they can also be hard to handle for an inexperienced driver, they are expensive to own and they can carry a lot of passengers at a time, which creates more distractions and can be confusing for teen drivers. Small cars are easier to maneuver, but they are less hardy and sports cars are way too fast, too powerful and too expensive for a teen, so the best choice is probably a medium-sized used car,
  • Safety features – teen drivers need all the safety features available to be as safe as possible while on the road. Multiple airbags, electronic stability control (ESC), navigation tools, an anti-lock braking system (ABS) are all essential,
  • Reliability – read online reviews to check how reliable a specific car model is and choose the one that you consider the easiest to maintain.