Do you have a new teen driver in your house? Don’t panic- read below to find out how you can help them pick out their first used car.
The simplest way to begin shopping for your teenager’s first car is to talk to your child. Find out what type of vehicle they want to give yourself a starting point. From there, you can quickly begin to narrow down your search based upon the remaining questions.
Research your top five-ten vehicles. Focus on safety, recall information, and expenses associated with gas mileage. Afterwards you should have three, or more, prospective vehicles remaining on your list.
Here are some questions that might be going through your mind- after all, as a parent, it is our job to keep them safe!
- What is safest? a two door, or four door vehicle?
- Truck, car, or SUV?
- What type of vehicle does my child need?
- Crash Ratings?
- What is the best gas mileage?
- What is the best quality vehicle in my budget?
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