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What would be the best car for a beginning driver? And how can I learn more about cars?

Date: Tue-Dec-22-2015-
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The best cars for new drivers are usually compact cars. There are several vehicles in this class (Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Ford Focus, Chevy Cavalier, Saturn Ion, Nissan Sentra, etc.); if you can, check them all out to find out which one you prefer the most.

As for learning more, you'd be surprised what you can learn from just reading the owner's manual on a vehicle. You could also try picking up "Auto Repair for Dummies."
[d] By: ante
Date: Tue-Dec-22-2015
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A cheap, used car. Preferably something not too old or cheap, because you don't want unreliable. You want a car you know you can smash without having a nervous breakdown. There's hardly a driver out there who didn't have an accident or two in his teenage years. Some of these accidents are because of inexperience, some are because teenagers get cocky and do dumb stuff, but most are because you simply get cocky and comfortable and think you know everything, and you stop paying attention.

It's only when you feel you're experienced - not relaxed - that you should consider getting a more expensive car. Of course, all bets are off if daddy is rich.
[d] By: capes
Date: Tue-Dec-22-2015
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The best car for any person will be reliable,.relatively affordable, and within the abilities of the driver to control. 

For a beginning driver, these will usually be used foreign FWD 4-cylinder compact cars. They are forgiving in the snow, easy to manuever in traffic (especially parking lots), and available at quite reasonable prices. A bonus is if the car is cheap enough that wrecking it won't cause undue financial strain. I flipped a $3,000 used car before and it hurt a lot less than it would've to have flipped a $22,000 car that I'd still be paying on after the insurance company gypped me.

Heck, I'm an experienced driver and I drive a reliable 1989 VW Golf that I picked up for $350 and put only another $70 of work into. Before that, I drove a 1987 Toyota Corolla I picked up for $500; those things are virtually indestructable. 

I learned a lot about cars through hands-on experience and the Haynes and Chilton manuals for the cars I've owned. With just a book and some basic hand tools, I changed my own rear struts for $45 (parts) and actually managed to do a head gasket (minus the machine work, which wasn't necessary in this case anyways) for under $50 instead of the $550-1200 most places charge. Sport Compact Car has also taught me a lot, especially the "Suck, Squish, Bang, Blow" series of tech articles they ran a few years ago.
[d] By: inbound
Date: Tue-Dec-22-2015
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The best car for any person will be reliable,.relatively affordable, and within the abilities of the driver to control. 

For a beginning driver, these will usually be used foreign FWD 4-cylinder compact cars. They are forgiving in the snow, easy to manuever in traffic (especially parking lots), and available at quite reasonable prices. A bonus is if the car is cheap enough that wrecking it won't cause undue financial strain. I flipped a $3,000 used car before and it hurt a lot less than it would've to have flipped a $22,000 car that I'd still be paying on after the insurance company gypped me.

Heck, I'm an experienced driver and I drive a reliable 1989 VW Golf that I picked up for $350 and put only another $70 of work into. Before that, I drove a 1987 Toyota Corolla I picked up for $500; those things are virtually indestructable. 

I learned a lot about cars through hands-on experience and the Haynes and Chilton manuals for the cars I've owned. With just a book and some basic hand tools, I changed my own rear struts for $45 (parts) and actually managed to do a head gasket (minus the machine work, which wasn't necessary in this case anyways) for under $50 instead of the $550-1200 most places charge. Sport Compact Car has also taught me a lot, especially the "Suck, Squish, Bang, Blow" series of tech articles they ran a few years ago.
[d] By: carmine
Date: Tue-Dec-22-2015
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The smaller less expensive cars would be a good starting point. They have less power and are a bit more forgiving if you over react. IF you get one of the older pick up trucks, the ones with out anti lock-breaks, bear in mind that without weight in the back, the car will tend to fish tail if you break hard on slick roads. That happened to me when I drove my first truck.

My advice to you is to learn to drive with an automatic, you need to concentrate on the road, shifting gears could be a hazardous distraction to a novice driver. However, once you are comfortable driving, and are a hands on kind of person, do try a standard. They can be cantakarous (mine was!) and learning to drive one will certainly wake you up. But once you learn to drive one, you will have a degree of control over your car you simply can't get with an automatic. You can hold the car at a certain speed when going down hill and can downshift for extra power when going up a hill.

For specific models, I've driven a Ford Escort and liked it. It was good in snow and fuel effecient. Also, Toyotas have a well earned reputation for being hard to kill. I'd probably try to find a used Ford Focus or Toyota Camry or Echo if I were in your shoes.
[d] By: appendicitis
Date: Tue-Dec-22-2015
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