Your guide for the perfect (and safe) Car


Jenna Bishop

After 3 whole weeks of learning how to drive plus 6 months until you are behind the wheel for your driver’s test, you finally are carrying the paperwork for your driver’s license.  Now what?  Now you can get that suburban that you always wanted. But do you know if it’s the best choice?  It might be your dream vehicle, but what comes from a car is what keeps you safe.

If you want a used car, then you need one with no accidents that happened before.  This shows just how safe the care is without gear, brake or accelerator problems.  You may want to check the mileage on the car to not have it stop in the middle of the road.  Before you sign the contract,  check for fluid leaks so that you don’t have to worry about the car acting up on your victory drive.