Originally Posted by Toecutter
I think he's trying to say that FWD is easier for new drivers than AWD, due to the fact that you can never over power the rear tires when they can't be powered.
This theory is flawed however, as with FWD you'd trying to both steer and power the car with the same wheels. You'll reach their traction limits much sooner than if the power is spread out through 4 wheels. Also most FWD cars don't have an LSD, so it's one wheel drive...