Is it weird that I’m 22 and I don’t drive? Like I don’t even know how to, I don’t have a license or have even passed my theory test yet. I’ve never needed to drive in the past and believe in the saying that my mam used to tell me “Some people are meant to drive and other people are meant to be driven.”
But there are times when it would be handy to be able to drive myself about so the time has come for me to learn how to drive and I just love going car shopping with all my mates and family. I always struggle deciding whether it’s best to buy a car new, nearly new or old. I know that there’s pros and cons to every one with one of the major factors being price but you always have to think in the long run too, what’s the point in buying a well cheap car now if I’m going to have to fork out a lot of money on it over the years.
Working with Go Girl Insurance I’ve been able to find a guide for buying a car with the best pros and cons of both which has really helped me and hopefully will help you too if you’re looking at buying a car!
Not only can looking for a car be exciting but I’ve found there are so many companies out there offering different levels of learner driver insurance that vary both in price and optional extras so it’s worth shopping around to make sure you get the right insurance to cover while you practise towards getting your driving license.