Something that I’ve been thinking about recently is how much driving must have changed over the years. I've conducted an interview with my dad, who must’ve learnt to drive around 40 years ago now.
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Naturally cost is a big thing I’m thinking about when considering buying my first car, but there are several other factors as well. Therefore the purpose of this post is to provide a bit of guidance for other first time car buyers and evaluate what the most important things are to me.
Driving in a new city is always a daunting experience. Whether you’ve recently moved somewhere, are travelling to a new place for a day or your sat nav has simply taken you on a different route to the one you’re used to – when we find ourselves behind the wheel in an unfamiliar place a spike of panic tends to hit.
Our young driver Eleanor discusses her thoughts on the topic of electric cars, their benefits to the environment, affordability and whether she would purchase one herself.
I was mad about driving from the second I got out of the car after my first lesson. Normally everyone wants to learn to drive for the freedom of being able to go wherever you want when you have a car, but for me, that was only partly the reason. You see, I didn’t have my own car, so the freedom I had to drive places was limited, but what I loved about driving so much from the beginning was the responsibility that came with it.