3000 in 6 months. (friends/work are close by). And yes, I do save money on my car insurrance b/c I told them I drive less than 6k miles/year. I save quite a bit actually. Plus low mileage = higher trade value I do believe.
I don't have a picture, but I'm flirting with 2500 and I've had my car exactly one month, yesterday. The dealer put 206 on it driving it from another dealership (those bastards! I thought they were bringing it on a lift-back or a truck or some sort... anyways...). It was hot off the car hauler, though, so there weren't any test drive miles on it.
Anyways.... that's a bit more than I normally drive. I've made quite a few out of the way trips over the holidays and what not. I do drive about 90 miles round trip to work 4 days a week, though. So that's a good ~1500/month. In some ways it bothers me, as I'd like to keep the mileage low for better resale if that day ever comes. But, I have to remind myself that it's only a $17k car, and it's a Toyota, so I suppose in the end, it won't make a huge difference... it was built to be driven!
If he was, god bless him. I was afraid that the car was ruined when I got it because Lance preaches about his engine break-in method, which differs quite extremely from the recommended, take-it-easy method in the owner's manual.
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