Inexperienced teen drivers stand a greater risk of crashing than anyone else on the road, regardless of whether the car is new or used, expensive or a bit of a clunker. Teens face serious dangers on the road, yet most drive unsafe and unreliable used cars.

While high-horsepower cars remain a big no-no; bigger, heavier vehicles retain their crown as the safest choice. When paired with electronic stability control (ESC) or vehicle stability control (VSC), parents have a used car they can be confident about.

Be sure to check out the video below to learn how to pick the best car for your teen driver.

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