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mileometer

, milometer
a device that records the number of miles that a bicycle or motor vehicle has travelled
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Bosses warned motorists who rely on their mileometer to calculate consumption, that they could run out of fuel sooner than they think.
* Keep an eye on your mileometer. Driving over 2,500 or 18,000 business miles in a tax year usefully lowers the taxable benefit -- at the moment.
PRIZE for the most rubbish excuse of 2010 goes to car clocker Stephen Gordon, 44, who turned back one mileometer from 158,000 to 48,000.
Levein joked that fears he would be bored as Scotland boss have been misplaced and the mileometer on his company car has been turned over more times in recent weeks than a hospital mattress.
Watch out for 'clocked' cars This is where the mileometer has been fiddled to give a lower mileage.
THE mileometer may be ticking over alarmingly, but Ian Mongan's role in the workings of Warren Place have been gratefully accepted since he became a permanent part of the Henry Cecil masterplan this year.
Jagtar Singh Lalli, of Blue Cedar Drive, admitted applying a false trade description to a car by changing the mileometer reading from 232,000 miles to 90,000.
10% were worried they will buy a car where the mileometer has been altered.
It was 9pm as I dragged my bike through the back gate and my mileometer showed 100.
It was nearly midnight and the mileometer on his racing bike showed he had travelled 112 miles.
Because when the sun is shining and you have a thoroughbred sportster like the MX-5 squirming around beneath your driving seat, you'll feel young no matter how many summers you have on your mileometer.