The federal law related to vehicle odometers, Public Law 103-272, prohibits the resetting of an odometer with intent to alter the number of miles shown, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Ci... More »

To disconnect a manual odometer, pull the speedometer cable, which shuts down both devices. Digital odometers are disconnected by either direct, serial or diagnostic methods. For the direct method, dismantle the dashboar... More »

Reprogramming a digital odometer requires access to the odometer's memory chip, which can be accessed in several ways. Disassemble the dashboard, and reprogram it directly by removing the chip and connecting it to a cabl... More »

To check a car's vehicle identification number or VIN, enter the 17-digit letters and numbers into a VIN identification website, such as Edmunds, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or the National Motor V... More »

Though the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety haven't evaluated the Audi R8 for safety as of 2015, the vehicle contains many safety features. It comes standard with ... More »

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Subaru made a number of recalls in 2014, including thousands of Subaru cars involved in the Takata airbag recalls ordered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Subaru also recalled hundreds of thousands ... More »

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Individuals shopping for a used recreational vehicle should ensure the vehicle has at least 10,000 miles clocked on the odometer, and they should check the state of the fuel pump, various belts, batteries and water pipes... More »

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