Some freedoms that may seem alien to high school students are inherent in the college experience: There are no curfews imposed by parents, and no mandates to keep a room clean. Even a trip to see a best friend might be as easy was walking down the hall. One opportunity that isn’t always guaranteed, however, is hopping behind the wheel and taking a drive wherever—and whenever—you please, says U.S. News & World Report. Many large schools don’t allow freshmen to have cars on campus, and some even extend that policy through the entire four (or more) years of school. Of the 260 national universities—schools that offer doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s degrees and emphasize research—surveyed by U.S. News in 2010, 160 reported data regarding the percentage of students who have cars on campus…

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