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How many miles does the average person put on their car a year?
Better Answer Actually, "it depends" it not much of an answer at all. The link below suggests that its around 12K-13K miles/year. http://msl1.mit.edu/Mar2Lecture…/Use_Safety3.htm Answer An average does not vary based upon one specific outlier.
My Clio Diesel 1.9If you get 10 miles per litre you are doing well! That's about 45 miles per gallon... roughly. My clio 1.9D is getting about 60 miles on a fiver with very …varied driving so that's about 12 miles per litre... very roughly. Testing now with frugal driving :o)
12,000-15,000 on average
The averages miles a car drives in Dallas, TX in one year is 15,000 miles. This is the average for all cars in the United States.
When a car is issued a warranty, the average number of miles put on a car is 12,000 miles. When the number of miles is increased, this can affect the warranty.
U.S. Average 15,000 - 20,000 miles
It depends on the company and the plan you get. The standard is 2500 miles per year. But with a "pleasure driving plan" you can get unlimited miles. Call and ask different com…panies to see what they offer. However, I haven't found any company that will let you keep the car overnight at any location other than your closed garage or a classic car show.
The average person will travel less than 600 miles per year. This is because most people do not have to fly.
an economic 4 cilynder engine could give you a good 30 miles per gallon in the highway, where a high performance 8 cylinger engine could only give you 9 miles per gallon.
My 1998 explorer sport has 138.000 mile and still runs like new , I have seen them with 200,000 with minor repairs
1997 galant has 390 thousand miles same engine kept timing belt change and use 10-40 sythic oil
14,000 per year. This can be broken down further into drive age groups and male vs. female. The average miles for a male is a bit higher - 16,550 - compared to a woman's a…verage - 10,142. The average mileage for each rises until about age 54, when it starts to drop off once more.
At least 44 if there's no college
Of course you can just check the odometer at on Jan 1 and then check it again on Dec 31. But if you are trying to figure it and don't won't to wait a year, then will be di…fficult. You know how far you drive to work, church, friends homes, etc. But knowing all the distances of all the trips you will take for a year is all but impossible. You can however check how far you drive in 1 month and multiply that by 12.