Metro ServiceStart teen drivers out with a vehicle that is not too flashy but gets high marks for safety. ■ Metro Service / Contributed Selecting a first car for a teenage son or daughter can be challenging. Newly licensed drivers probably want something sporty that also looks cool, while their parents no doubt want them behind the wheel of something sturdy, safe and reliable. According to the experts at Edmunds.com, an automotive research and advice group, involving teens in the process of selecting a car helps teach them responsibility and learn lessons about money that may help them make smart choices in the future. Manage expectations. Cars are generous gifts and
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