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mileometer

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a device that records the number of miles that a bicycle or motor vehicle has travelled
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And if your passenger is helping you navigate it helps if they can see the milometer as well.
Higgins wound back the milometer on one Sierra by 100,000 miles and altered another car five times so customers would think they were hiring low-mileage cars.
First, in Nottingham, Maxwell Alvey has admitted ten counts of fraud after he wiped MILLIONS of miles off van milometers.
He also sold cars that had done at least 30,000 more miles than was indicated on the milometers.
William Carroll, 32, of Four Acres Caravan Site in Cirencester bought high mileage white commercial vans and "clocked" them by turning the milometers back, Abergavenny magistrates were told.
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They were then secretly filmed trying to sell four more vehicles with a total of 280,000 miles wiped off their milometers.
Digital milometers in modern vehicles are designed to put rogue clockers like O'Callaghan out of business.
We don't sell wrecks or roll back the milometers, though here's a scary story I heard on my first day on the job.
The inquiry, which is a joint effort by the Proceeds of Crime Team, CID officers and trading standards, has been investigating "car clocking", where high mileage cars are bought at auction and then false service histories are created and milometers adjusted so the vehicles are worth more.
The 650,000 Welsh customers who faithfully make the pilgrimage to Bristol each year can give their milometers a breather from November 6, when IKEA Cardiff throws its doors open to the public.
One illegal trader was jailed for nine months last year after admitting 11 offences, including clocking vehicles' milometers and pretending to be a private seller.