Ever since the first driving schools opened their doors, the age-old question has been, âWhat is the best car is for young drivers?â Although most people canât say which is the best one, this list will try to answer the question, âWhat is the worst car for young drivers?â What are the cars which, in hands of young drivers, spell trouble, expensive tickets, or even injury?
All young drivers are eager to sit behind the wheel of a powerful car. They canât wait to show the world the skills they learned in driving school. But things donât always work out that way. The reality is that young drivers are not capable of taming powerful cars.
In fact, it is in their best interest to drive something more docile, durable and slower. So, if your teenage son or daughter asks you to buy them one of the cars on this list, you should decline immediately. Read on to find out why.
Porsche 550 Spyder Replica
The original 550 Spyders are multimillion-dollar cars these days, but their replicas are far more common, fun to drive and affordable. You can get one for around $20,000. They commonly base them on the old VW Beetle floorpan, but with more powerful engines.
Although 550 Spyders are cool, you donât want your young driver to end up like James Dean. None of those cars have airbags or safety equipment, yet they are still capable of achieving prohibited speeds.