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Top 5 Safest Cars for Teen Drivers February 6, 2018

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Top 5 Safest Cars for Teen Drivers, Weymouth Town, Massachusetts

New teenage drivers are often eager to get behind the steering wheel unsupervised. Unfortunately, their enthusiasm and inexperience often overshadow their awareness of the dangers that come with driving. According to recent statistics, teen drivers a more prone to driving accidents than adults. As such, selecting a vehicle with top driver safety scores should be a priority. Here are the top cars that will keep your teens safe on the road.

5 Cars for Optimal Teen Driver Safety

1. Honda® Accord

This model remains one of the best selling sedans because of its safety, relatively low price, and reliability. It is equipped with a forward collision warning system and a rollover sensor that deploys the side curtain bags. The Honda Accord has received excellent driver safety ratings from NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) crash tests.

2. Nissan® Altima

Equipped with features such as side airbags, rollover sensor, electronic stability control, and antilock brakes, the Altima has also earned high ratings from NHTSA and IIHS. It offers a safety shield concept designed to improve crash prevention. Since teens usually have less spending cash than adults, they will appreciate its fuel-efficient standard four-cylinder engine which will save on buying gas.

3. Chevrolet® Malibu

driver safetyPart of the Malibu’s strong selling point is its affordability. It’s also popular because of its reliability and passenger room. It has a five-star overall rating from NHTSA, passing all crash tests with top marks. Other notable features include a fuel-sipping base engine and an intuitive infotainment system.

4. Subaru® Impreza

This is a spacious, practical vehicle. It not only looks good from every angle but also comes with quality fuel economy and ranks high in driver safety. The Subaru Impreza offers a standard all-wheel drive for winter weather conditions and rugged terrain. Plus, it is equipped with a multimedia system that allows smartphone integration.

5. Ford® Fusion

This four-door, five-passenger mid-size sedan provides the driver safety features a teen needs including electronic stability control, antilock brakes, balanced handling, and knee airbags. It also comes with a spacious cabin and trunk and intuitive entertainment features.  


Before searching for a safe car for your teen, make sure they get comprehensive driving lessons first. You can rely on New England Driving School in Hanover and Weymouth, MA, to teach your teen the best driver safety tips. They also offer a curriculum designed to prepare teens for their road test. Call them today at (781) 337-1003 for more information or visit them online.

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