This is from a pamphlet published by the Federal Consumer Information Center:
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that consumers lose billions of dollars a year to odometer fraud. Odometer readings may be rolled back or documents can be forged. Making miles disappear helps increase the car's value to the seller, but can mean increased maintenance and repair costs to the buyer. ... you can use the 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN) to secure a history from either the state or a private vehicle history company. These companies have compiled data from multiple sources to help you get a better picture of the used car's past.
Divide the distance by the mileage of your vehicle.Divide the distance by the mileage of your vehicle.
A Car-fax search may help and it may not. You are probably not going to ever find out the exact mileage on the vehicle. Rolling back the mileage is illegal and carries a hefty fine.
Gradual lack of power Fuel mileage drops Mileage/age of vehicle Gradual lack of power Fuel mileage drops Mileage/age of vehicle
the amount of miles a vehicle has driven in its lifetime
Well of course the higher the mileage on the vehicle the more chance that something is worn out. So high mileage on a vehicle is a bad thing.
Depends on condition of vehicle, mileage, and your location. Go here and you can find out. www.nada.com
Hook up a scanner. If it is a replaced engine, there is no way to tell bud
It completely depends on the mileage, age of the vehicle, how many doors the vehicle has, engine size and also the condition of the vehicle. If you have a vehicle which is not in good condition, has a lot of mileage and is a vehicle registered in 1997, you would expect not to get a lot for it. However, if your vehicle is fairly new and has a low mileage, then you would price it at a higher offer.
Depends on the vehicle. It could improve mileage or lower mileage.
You can find the market value of any vehicle on Kelley Blue Book. You can adjust the price with any options, different locations, and mileage on the vehicle.
Depends entirely on condition and mileage on the vehicle. Click the link to find the value.
Excessive wear on the gas and brake pedal pads are a good clue to a high mileage, heavily used vehicle.
The certified accurate mileage of the vehicle, or a statement that the odometer is non-functional and the exact mileage of the vehicle is unknown.
If you want to find out the Rent A Car (RAC) mileage, when you go to rent a car, the car rental place will check the mileage before you leave with the car. The mileage will also be checked when you return the vehicle. There is no reason to book an RAC mileage check unless you plan on renting an automobile.
Depends on your location, condition of the vehicle, mileage, and how it is equipped. Go to:www.nada.comfor a value.Depends on your location, condition of the vehicle, mileage, and how it is equipped. Go to:www.nada.comfor a value.
Depends on the condition of the vehicle and the mileage on the odometer. You can find out for yourself here if you have this information.http://www.nada.com
The Tachosoft Mileage calculator is an easy-to-use, reliable digital odometer calculators. It is usable for more than 2000 vehicle models, and costs a mere seventy dollars.
Records mileage and speed of the vehicle
The value of any vehicle is determined by many factors. Condition of the vehicle, year, mileage, options installed, and your location. Condition being the most important factor. Mileage being the second most important. I will list a website where you can find an answer that is fairly accurate.
10 thousand miles per year is usually classed as average mileage
Read it from the odometer - a total mileage recorder usually on the speedometer dial.
Mileage for this engine can range from as low as 13 mpg to as high as 30 depending on the year, make and model of the vehicle. The quality of fuel, as well as the quality of the lubricating oil used can have an impact on mileage. Driving habits can affect the mileage of any vehicle. That is why all mileage claims advertised always have the disclaimer, "Your actual mileage may vary"....
Depends on what vehicle it is installed in.
That depends on the vehicle you're driving. There'll be a significant difference between the mileage you'd get from a Prius and the mileage you'd get from a Heavy Goods Vehicle.