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Updated on Sunday, August 10

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QUESTION: I'm living in residence one of the more far from campus, do you think having a car is necessary ?

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  1. I was in CLV, in the furthest unit. I had a car, but I only used it to get groceries, sometimes. Sobeys was close enough to walk if I wasn't getting a lot of stuff,more something heavy. I only had th car because I would go home every couple weekends for dinner with my parents.

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  2. Absolutely not necessary. Cars are a waste of money at this point.

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    1. Agree 100%. None of the residences are sooo far away from campus that you would need a car. Even when you're living off campus, you might as well use the bus system since the fee is included in your tuition. Getting a parking space on campus is also super expensive.

      I guess the only reason you might want a car is if you're using it to go home or travel to see an SO. But bussing would work for that too unless your parents/SO live in the middle of nowhere.

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  3. Thanks everyone!

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  4. No reason for car if you live on res, but if you are rich; hey why not have fun and safe driving.

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  5. I convincd my dumb internatinal parents that I needed an BMW M5 for 1rst year residense. See you their you peasant!

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    1. I hope this is a troll

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    2. @5a: Is this your first day on the internet?

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  6. Unless you have some disability, there is no need for a car. I never lived on res, always "far" from campus. Just used the bus all the time. Why spend more money?

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  7. CLV has a shuttle bus to the campus even...so no.

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  8. What a freaking dumb post.

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  9. I never had a car in four years of going here and never had any problems making my way to campus or getting groceries. Very few people actually NEED a car while at university, especially when living in res.

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