posted in Autofan News section March 31, 2017

Volvo Cars Launches Stress-Free International Student Program

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Rockleigh, NJ – Volvo Car USA, LLC (VCUSA) announced the launch of the international student program, comprised of an all-inclusive one-time payment that allows the student to drive a new Volvo vehicle during their time studying in the US.

Parents and students alike will have the peace of mind of not having to make monthly payments, purchase separate insurance, establish US credit, or worry about routine maintenance and service. After graduation, simply turn the car in to a local dealer.

“At Volvo, we strive to develop solutions to make life less complicated for our customers,” said Rick Bryant, Vice President, Sales Operations, VCUSA. “The international student program is a prime example of this: one simple payment with nothing else to worry about during their time studying in the country.”

More About the Program:


International Driving Permit and foreign driver’s license or equivalent required

Copy of valid Student Visa (F or M)

Proof of college enrollment status and date enrolled

Proof of clear OFAC


Current model year vehicles available from dealer stock

Mileage plan will be determined at the dealer


Automotive liability and physical damage insurance included in program

Coverage provided by Hub International Northeast, Ltd. 


Program includes standard factory-scheduled maintenance for 3 years or up to 36,000 miles. For students who intend to drive more than 36,000 miles, additional maintenance coverage is available for peace of mind

Post Delivery Responsibilities

Annual vehicle registration and inspection

Vehicle turn-in to dealer at end of term

Participant may be subject to penalties for excess wear and use damage

Participants in certain states will be subject to personal property taxes

Students enrolled at a US college, with a Student Visa and valid driver’s license are eligible. Full program details can be found by visiting

source: Volvo Car USA

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