Sure, having a car can be better than walking or taking your city’s woefully inept public transit system. But that doesn’t feel like the case when you own a car that inspires nothing but hatred and animosity.

Last week, I asked you guys how to cope with having a car that you hate. You looked within yourselves and told me how best to achieve salvation.

Let’s examine the advice. Your mileage may vary!

Time To Shine (CobraJoe)

You’re a glass-half-full kind of person, aren’t you?

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Silver Lining (keyboard racer)

Make the most of a situation.

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Gainz (nondrivingdriver)

Ignorance helps, too!

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Wreck (Fuel_of_Satan)

Begone!

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Finish Line (needsblinkerfluid)

It’s all about keeping the finish line in sight.

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A Story From A Buddy (SlowFRS)

Hey, minimal injuries!

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Work Van (Kemick)

Coping with the work van.

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No Wash (Busslayer)

This is tough love.

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Make A List (ssonsk)

And start with the small things.

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Keep Up (Mike)

Keep it at bad and not terrible.

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Name It (4wsprelude)

Scream it for all to hear.

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TRON CAR! (afterthawt)

But... but it glows...

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#VanLyfe (Married_and_drives_a_van)

Username checks out.

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Perspective (LeBaronJames)

That’s all you need sometimes.

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Focus (McLarry)

Eye on the prize.