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Old 03-18-2017, 03:49 AM   #10
Frank N
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Originally Posted by mikefocke View Post
I'd get my first year or so driving experience is an older, safer, cheaper to repair car.
That's what I was going to say.

My son is 17, him and several of his friends have already been in accidents. No one has been hurt but when he was T-boned in his 98 Jeep Cherokee, it was a lot less financially painful then his two friends who totaled their 3 series BMWs (both were at fault). I am glad I am not paying their insurance.

These are awesome cars, with a lot of ability on the road, especially for their price but when things go wrong, it will not be cheap.
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