Can high mileage cars make it from 100,000 miles on the odometer to 200,000 miles? It’s not an impossible, here’s how to do it.
Choose the best oil for high-mileage cars and follow the manufacturer’s maintenance schedule to extend the life of your aged vehicle.
As you start racking up the miles, keeping up with a comprehensive car maintenance checklist will keep your car on the road for many thousands of miles.
Conventional oil, synthetic oil, high mileage oil, detergent oil, recycled oil and more — is it just engine oil marketing hype?
There are many cars over 100,000 miles that are worth buying, maintaining and repairing. Don’t worry, it’s just a number, mostly.
Ever wonder if reaching 300,000 miles is possible? It is — with these high-mileage vehicle maintenance tips.
When it comes to maintaining or buying a used car, the importance of highway miles vs. city miles might surprise you.
When considering high-mileage vehicles, the only question consumers should be asking is if they’re willing to care for one. Do so and it’ll never feel old.
How To Keep High Mileage Cars on the Road