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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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But crucially the extra miles recorded cannot be erased because it is illegal to rewind the mileometer.
Does mileage when car was last sold contradict mileometer reading?
That forces them into using their mileometers to decide on their next fuel stop.
Scooby's mileometer has taken apounding over the years with trips from Dingwall to Dumfries and all stops in between, but not as much of a pummelling as his ears.
DRIVERS who rely on their mileometer - rather than their fuel gauge - to judge when to fill up could run out of fuel sooner than they think, warns the RAC.
The RAC said some drivers were forced into the bad habit of judging fuel consumption by their mileometer because a working gauge was not an MoT requirement and many motorists failed to have it fixed if it stopped working.
Strange then that the car's mileometer stays the same throughout the movie
The Ford Escort had 14,500 miles on the mileometer when she bought it, but she later discovered that it had actually done more than 36,000 miles.
In an adjacent office, his successor, eldest daughter Amanda Perrett, was on the telephone discussing who would be at the controls today of the 1989-registered Fine Thyne, who comes in just the one colour, chestnut, with a mileometer reading 21 starts, seven wins, and a Whitbread Gold Cup near-miss.
As we were approaching the outskirts of St Andrews, her curvy little mileometer slowly rolled over to show that we had reached the 100,000 mile mark in our glorious union.
BEWARE of out- of-line digits on the mileometer - it's a tell-tale sign.