| maysay1 wrote:|
I was already comfortable driving when I got my license...maybe you just haven't driven enough yet.
Anyway, buy a used car from a reliable brand in cash. Don't take out a loan, especially on a new car. As a new driver your insurance is probably going to be expensive. Also, research to find out how much general maintenance (oil changes, brakes, etc) for your car will cost you. Don't go to places like jiffy lube to oil changes.
This. Make sure whatever car you do buy it doesn't end up costing you more getting it fixed than it cost you to buy the car in the first place. Also, if you DO buy a used car have someone who knows cars go with you so they can check the car out and make sure nothing is wrong with it and that you're not buying a lemon.
I was comfortable with driving already when I got my license, mostly because I was forced to learn to drive. My SO would make me drive myself back and forth to school everyday.