What Beginners Cars Can I Go For, That Lasts Long & Doesn't Have My Much Maintenance?? & How Do I Look For Safety Points ??

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A great first car would be a used 4 door sedan due to safety and lower insurance rates. Toyota, Honda, Ford, to name a few. The fun is in the search. Make sure you have your mechanic look it over before purchase , that way you know if your looking for big repairs in the future. Good Luck!

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A '90s Toyota Corolla with as low mileage as possible- if it has been cared for a little bit and looks good, it will run forever with just oil changes-

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