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"Wow, I love how that car handles," you say after driving a rear-wheel vehicle for the first time. But then you wonder if the higher price tag is worth it. There are several differences between rear-wheel and front-wheel drive, but one isn't necessarily better than the other. What you choose to drive depends on your needs and preferences. To help you make a better purchasing decision, we've put together some of the main differences between the rear and front-wheel drive.

It's true that rear-wheel vehicles handle better in dry conditions, but they're also more expensive to produce. But did you also know that rear-wheel drive is less likely to be damaged if you hit a pothole hard than front-wheel drive? On the other hand, front-wheel drive handles better in wet conditions, and it's less expensive to produce. Which one is better? That's for you to decide.

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