You’re about to take your driving test! The lessons, the money spent learning, the expectation from friends and family as well as knowing freedom is waiting for you at the end of the journey, the pressure can seem unbearable! However, passing the test is just the first hurdle. Buying your first car is by far a bigger challenge and can present more questions than you may have realised. You obviously want something that looks the part, is fun to drive but is also affordable. There’s nothing worse than having a great car all your friends are jealous of but not having enough money to fill it up with petrol...
Costs new drivers need to think about
Whether you are taking driving lessons, booked your driving test or you've passed with flying colours, you'll likely be getting excited about the prospect of owning your own car and the freedom that comes with it. This article details the costs new drivers need to think about before buying or leasing a car.
There are plenty of reasons why one might want a car with a small engine. Maybe you are on a strict budget. Or, if you are a young person, you want to keep your insurance as low as possible. Or, maybe you simply want a car with a small engine.But the problem is, do they look as good as cars with bigger engines?Yes, they do. Admittedly, not all of them. But there are many cars with small engines out there that look just as good.So, in this article, we’re going to look at our favourite cars with small engines that also manage to look cool at the same time.
You’ve passed your test! Congratulations! After all your hard work you can finally drive away in your dream first car.They say that you really start learning to drive after you pass your test. And they are right. There are so many things still to learn when it comes to driving a car. And, many of these things are about learning how to stay safe on the roads. One in five new drivers are involved in a car crash during their first year of driving. Even worse, a third drivers killed are under the age of 25. Those are scary statistics. So while you are good enough to drive on your own, you still have a lot to learn.But, there are some things that you can do to ensure that you are as safe as possible when you are on the road. In this article, we are going to look at some safety points that you will want to consider after you’ve passed your test.
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