What is car mileage?
Car mileage is the distance a car can travel on a tank of gas. This mileage is also the number of miles on a car at any given time and is registered by an odometer.
If the car was taken care of and serviced regularly then this is not really high mileage. It is not low mileage either. Expect to spend money on some repairs on a car with this mileage. If the car has been neglected then this is high mileage.
The mileage is how many miles the car has travelled, the total mileage is shown on the speedometer dial.
The function of car mileage is to tell a person how far their car has traveled total.
No, the mileage will not turn on a car being pulled
That depends on the car. The lower the mileage, the less wear and tear there is on the car. Each car is different and each owner treats their car differently. An older car with low mileage can save you money over the same model of car that may be a year or two newer and have the same mileage.
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.
I do not think unlimited mileage is available for Budget car rentals.
Simply put, the higher the mileage the less the value.
Mileage is just a slang term for a measure of how far a car has gone. the more mileage, the longer the car has been driven. It is just the number on the odometer, telling you how many miles/kilometers the car has been driven.
No. A car will get better mileage with the correct tire pressure.
Yes. mileage is measured the same in all vehicles.
My car has SUPER great mileage! It has the best mileage ever!
It depends on the car make Most of the cars 100,000 miles is a high mileage For some cars as Mercedes, BMW, Volvo 150,000 miles is a high mileage Alaa Farag
In a car it is called an odometer. An 'Odometer' measures mileage.
There is only one thing to do if your car is not showing the mileage. You should take it in the to the dealership and have it fixed.
Used car listings do not provide mileage information. You will have to ask them, or check it out your self while getting in the car. Hopefully this answer has helped you out!
There are many excellent automobiles that will have high mileage. It all depends on how the car was taken care of. Research the reliability of the car you're interested in.
As of September 1998, the highest recorded mileage for a car was 1,615,000 miles for a 1966 Volvo P-1800.
The more mileage on a car the more wear and tear on the engine and transmission witch in turn can cause it to have problems.
Gas mileage in any car depends on many things. Some are: How hard you accelerate. How well maintained the car is. Long or short journeys (short give worse mileage). How heavily loaded the car is. Whether you have a roof rack (without gives better mileage).
It depends on the mileage of the car and what has or has not be done already.
A basic simple way of calculating mileage is taking a look at the number of miles you have driven your car and divide it with the number of gallons your car consumed to travel that long.
NO. A car mileage represent not only the engine, but the total depreciation of the car. like, gear, chasis, stearing system , electrical system etc....
Yes, if the added length adds weight to the vehicle. The more the car weighs the less fuel mileage it will get.
On a 2002 Alero does the gauge cluster store the car mileage or does the computer store the mileage?
computer. Usually that is. That way one cant just slap another odometer in a try to say that the car has less mileage on it.
NO. For a diesel this is very low mileage.
depends what car you have?
Average mileage per year is 10-14,000 on a vehicle, so more than this would be high mileage.
When an employee uses own car and company pays for the gas what is the mileage reimbursement?
a good mileage rate for an used car is around 12,000 miles per year of age.
"The best mileage for an Audi rs6 is around 26,000. You should research this car in the Blue book for cars. This will show value of the car including mileage and years."
It can affect the cost, fuel guzzler tax.
It varies from car to car. My Honda Insight gets about 37 MPG city and 54 MPG highway. Toyotas tend to get better city mileage than highway.
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.
Car dealers not only base the price on mileage but on condition, year, make, model, sub-model, and popularity/demand.
The average daily miles driven is about 30 to 40 miles a day. The average mileage on a car in a year is about 12,000 to 15,000 miles.
Do the math 12k miles every year ......if the car is a 1999 Honda Civic SI then the average mileage should be 144K miles.......
It is the mileage that is actually on the car. If the odometer is replaced, the correct reading is written down. Add that to the reading of the replacment odometer and you have the actual mileage on the car.
The average car mileage in Europe is about 2.518 miles per gallon. The speed of the vehicles in the town is 18.7 kilometers per hour.
it tells how far a car could go with a certain amount of gallons
LOL, it would depend on what car the spy was drivng.
no it dose not
buy a new car
better gas mileage
Records mileage and speed of the vehicle
Well it depends what car or truck Ford has more fuel efficient car lineup. fueleconomy.gov has gas mileage of all cars.
Not knowing exactly what it is in each car, it could very likely be the button that gives the lectronic information about the car such as the pressure in the tires, the oil pressure, etc. or it could give the mileage, and the mileage left in the tank of gas. Not knowing exactly what it is in each car, it could very likely be the button that gives the lectronic information about the car such… Read More
A lot will depend on the condition and driving habits involved. A well kept older car will last a long time, while a high mileage car with mostly highway miles can also be expected to last. If either has been poorly maintained then the life expectancy drops considerably.
Read it from the odometer - a total mileage recorder usually on the speedometer dial.
while driving your mannual tramsmission car, when you stop on a rad signal or somewhere, turn-off the car's A/C and keep the engine or car turn "ON". it always maintain the mileage. :)