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  1. The same as the basics of any cover letter: Tell them why you're qualified and deserve the position Tell them specifically why you'd like to work for that company (this part should show you have some knowledge about them and what they do) Explain how your qualifications are a good fit for them Ask for a face to face meeting Make it no longer than one page and make sure it's free of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.
  2. Not bad. Decent looking classic with some expected wear. Not really my cup of tea, but not in horrible shape either. With some body work and a different color I think it would look much better. I give it a 5/10.
  3. Try Duolingo. They offer free courses that can help you get acquainted with a new language. I don't think you'll be able to get fluent or conversational from them, but it's a good place to start that can help you get prepared for more rigorous courses. babbel and rosetta stone would probably be the next step, but I think those both required paid subscriptions.
  4. Those are all pretty similar. I'd probably lean toward the 2016 Odyssey just because it's newer and has about the same mileage as the 2012. You can't really go wrong with any of them as far as reliability and plenty of miles left on them.
  5. I would opt for the Vios. The engine difference you mention isn't that significant that it would really impact performance in a major way so I'd throw that comparison out. It sounds like your other points tend towards the Vios anyway.
  6. I don't know of any way to find the true service history of a car. I know carfax shows some, but it's only if it's been reported to them and I'm not sure how thorough mechanics are about that type of thing, or if they even care. I'm always hesitant to consider buying anything if the owner or dealership doesn't maintain the records themselves.
  7. Maybe a Ford Transit? The challenge might be creating a way for people to access it though since you'd be dealing with people that aren't very mobile.
  8. I'd tend towards the $5k side, but you can find something reliable in that range for sure. If you're fine with something with some miles on it (hopefully around 100K or less) then you should be able to get by for several years with only minor repairs.
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