Re: [DML] Odometer removal legality
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Re: [DML] Odometer removal legality

The car cannot pass inspection without an odometer. How will you sell it and put the mileage on the Title? How will you know when to change the motor oil? If you tamper with or change the mileage you are supposed to have a sticker on the driver's door jamb indicating what was done and when. Some States are more sensitve about this that others. One of the biggest reasons is the potential for fraud. Turning back or modifying the mileage can have a BIG affect on the value of a car. In New Jersey you can get a Historic or Collector license and no longer are subject to inspection. Even with that they STILL want to see a working odometer so they can see you are not exceeding the mileage limitations for the exemption.
David Teitelbaum

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Kevin Abato" <delorean@...> wrote:
> my guess (with no experience to back it up) is that you can prob claim either "estimated mileage" or note that actual mileage is unknown due to broken/replaced speedo (or perhaps a mix of both statements?)
> Kevin Abato
> Vin# 16680
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