Smarter Driver: What are the safest old cars for teens?
Cooley On Cars
16 to 19 year olds have the highest rate of car accidents of all drivers and it's the number one most likely way for a teen to die.
The insurance institute of highway safety's just done something they've never done before.
Issued a list of the safest cars that are older, used models.
Substantially with first cars and teens in mind.
A 2010 Saab 95 would be an obvious choice, though not the cheapest.
That's where a 2006 Kia Sedona might help.
Or a highly devalued 2005 Mercedes C Class.
[NOISE] It pays to double check this IIHS list before buying a used, affordable first car.
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