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We all have our own preferences when it comes to choosing the right car for us. We all have our different needs, lifestyle, necessity, and budget to consider in finding the right car especially if we are first time lady drivers who still need plenty of time and experience on the road.

More and more lady drivers are independently buying their own cars without the help of anyone who are well-versed in the art of choosing the right one to buy and drive. If you have just gotten your license or this is your very first time to buy your own vehicle without the intervention of someone, then you must take note of these helpful tips to get you on your footing.


Let’s get real ladies. How much money do you want to spend on a new car? Is it practicality over capriciousness? Whatever your answer is, make sure that you are buying your first vehicle for all the right reasons.

If you have a sizable budget and you are definitely okay with having a car that is top of the line and has all the bells and whistles, then choose a car that may be pricey for most people but still carries commendable review standing on consumers.

However, if you are one practical lady and prefer to stick on a tight budget, choose a brand of car that carries many affordable vehicle that can match your spending budget.


Do you want a big car that can fit your entire family (and even fur babies)? Would you rather drive a smaller vehicle that you can wiggle your way through traffic?

Big cars like stations wagons, SUVs, and family sedans are the perfect choice for big types of vehicles. Some has 7-seater too.

Smaller cars like the the Ford Fiesta, Chevrolet Bolt, Volkswagen Golf, and Toyota Yaris are just few of the top brands you can check.


This has to be a top of your concern when buying your first car. Check out various car dealers, get the opinion of your family and friends, read reviews on the internet about the best and safest car available in the market that meets your budget as well.

For starters, you can check the crash-test results of several brands that you consider and compare. Buy a car that has top-of-the-line safety features like:

  • Airbags (front and side)
  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Back-up cameras and sensors
  • Park Assist
  • Cruise Control
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Forward Collision Warning and Brakes




Check cars that can withstand the long commute if you intend to drive long distances whether you intend to drive your car very far or not.  You local car dealer can help you find the right one as far as durability is concerned.


Do you want your car to be fitted with the latest and the best in technology, accessories, and style like leather seats or fabric seat covers? Do you want your car to have monitors in the head rest for your passengers’ entertainment? Do you want bluetooth installed on your audio system? Check with your car dealer the best and necessary features that you can add that will not break your budget.  As long as you are still comfortable, and safe in your new car, then other accessories and features are not really mandatory to include in your purchase which can help you save.



If you want to know more about choosing the right car for you as a first time lady driver, then head on to cars.com for more tips.

(All photos are from cars.com)

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