What is the best vehicle for a college student?

What is the best vehicle for a college student? Topic: What are some good reasons for homework
June 26, 2019 / By Delphine
Question: i will be entering college this year and i am looking for a safe car and one that gets good gas mileage. also considering i will be in college it cant be to costly. i have heard that the honda civic is the number one choice but i just wanted to get some opinions. thanks
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Cailyn Cailyn | 7 days ago
I would suggest a Saab or Volvo but once the warranty expires, prepare to shell out big bucks for service and repairs (especially on a Saab). My 9-5 Aero gets excellent mileage (21 city and 30+ highway using 93 octane gas) and is akin to a street-legal tank when it comes to impact -- trust me. Otherwise, a Honda would be excellent for a college student. Check out the safety features on each model and do some homework to see what the IIHS says and how it ranks with reviewers. Really though, there's a reason they are so popular. You can find dozens of other new cars for that price but the Civic sells so well because it has the whole package.
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Cailyn Originally Answered: Have a bill of sale, placed insurance on vehicle. Been 10 months no title. Find there is a lien on vehicle. what should I do?
What you have is a collections issue, so treat it like that. Call her at least two times day, tell her you want your money back. Write a letter send it regular mail, then mail the same letter via proof of mailing, not certified, keep a copy for yourself. Dear Ms X, you sold me a car that you knew you did not have the title to. You took my money with no intention of completing your side of the transaction. You need to immediately return my money with a cash payment to me. Send a friend to the business to ask for the money, it will be a surprise to her. DO NOT swear or make any threats, they simply walk in and say when are you going to pay the money you owe? Then they walk out. Then you call her 5 minutes later. Try to find her home number, if she has one and call that. Mail a copy of the letter to her house and business every few days. Try to find out where her husband works, call him at work. Let me make this clear, you DO NOT want the title, it is too late for that you want your money back. Any discussion of the title will result in more wasted time. I would suggest you hire an attorney to call her and send a letter, then he/she can file a police report. If you decide to do this yourself, DO NOT let the cops talk you out of it. This was intentional on her part, she knew she did not have the title. Say very simply I want to file a theft by deception complaint. DO NOT tell them all the back story, just the basic facts. Bring copies of any paperwork and the letter you sent. Hopefully a detective will call her and say I am investigating this complaint, the complainant will drop the charges if you pay her back, and she will give you the car back. I would prefer that, but if not then I will need you to come to the police station to make a statement before I turn this over to the prosecutor. If all this fails file a small claims court action. Check the limit on that in your state, if you paid more than the limit, you can still sue for that amount or have an attorney file in a different court. Hope it works out.

Alphonsine Alphonsine
The Honda Accord is #1 not the civic. Honda Toyota and Subaru rated top there in four door sedan class.. I looked at all of them. In the 30 MPG up group. For the money I like the Hyundai Sonata. More room inside and trunk. Well known good maint rep. good rebates. Take a look.
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Van Van
Chevy Aveo, this little car is loaded with options. Standard a/c, mp3 player, driving lites, too many to list. Gas mileage is excellent, 13$ for every 100M gas price being 1.49 per lit
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Roman Roman
Get you a motorcycle if at all possible! You can park just about anywhere and they get about 50 to 60 miles per gallon! That way you are saving money you could use for more important things and the price of gas won't take it all!
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Mitchell Mitchell
yeah honda civic is pretty good... i have the hybrid one though. but i also think honda fit is pretty good since it's small and save gas.
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Mitchell Originally Answered: Is it normal to have trouble coping or dealing with stress in college? as a college student?
Yes, that is very, very normal. Most college students have a hard time adjusting during their freshman year, it's a big change from where you came from. The classes are harder, the assignments are more challenging, the living situation is different, you have all this freedom you never had before, you're away from your parents and your old friends... it's a lot to happen at once. It's totally normal to feel stressed and anxious. Just because it's normal doesn't mean you shouldn't take care of the problem, though. You can't just let yourself stay stressed out and anxious, it will take a toll on your health - both mental and physical. Most schools offer some kind of free student counseling services, I think you should look into that at your school. They are used to talking to students who are stressed out by the change from high school to college, they have a lot of experience in that area and will be able to help you get more comfortable in college and learn how to manage your stress and anxiety in a better way. You might also look for a class to take like "College Success", "First Year Success", or whatever the name of it is at your school. Many schools have a class like this that is geared towards freshman, it teaches them how to manage their time, study more effectively, manage stress and anxiety, things like that. It would be an easy elective credit for you to take, and would give you some good skills to help you manage your time and stress in the future. I remember my freshman year, it was a really rough year for me. Living in a dorm with roommates for the first time, being away from home (even though I could still drive home relatively easily), taking lots of challenging classes, trying to make new friends... it was a lot to handle. I started seeing a counselor through my school and it really helped me figure things out and manage my stress better. I think it could help you too, so look into it! Good luck!

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