It's a nice one, low mileage and looks to be in excellent condition.
The authorities secured the van's mileage from the previous owner and carefully attempted to construct miles driven to pin-point Grasso's hideout.
"It handles well and gets good gas mileage," she answered, hoping Alex would be out soon.
What's the mileage on it?
Fred was still gabbing on the phone so Dean shared with his wife the last of the turkey salad, extended mileage from the Christmas turkey of ten days earlier.
The mileage was scrupulously recorded, as was everything else.
There was also a small sheet of white paper listing 11.2 gallons of gas purchased in Aberdeen, Maryland, a mileage figure and the amount of the purchase.
There was a log listing mileage and dates in a variety of different handwritings.
Dean looked at the odometer and then at the mileage log.
The mileage checks pretty good.
Dean had no way of checking Byrne's mileage and if by chance he had detoured east on Interstate 84, probably 30 miles further, instead of taking the more direct south-easterly route between Scranton and Parkside.
He could account for the correct mileage on the car if he used a tow bar that kept the wheels on the road.
Using his own parameters about mileage and age of the vehicle, he found several cars that fit her criteria.
If the insulation per mile, i.e., the total insulation multiplied by the mileage of the wire loop, is found to be less than 200,000 ohms, the wire is considered to be faulty.
R.) General Statistics Mileage.-At the close of 1907 there were approximately 601,808 miles of railway in the world, excluding tramways.
If the Asiatic portions of the Russian Empire were given in the same table, the total Russian mileage would appear nearly as large as that of Germany and Italy together.
199,371 In the United States railway mileage now tends to increase at the rate of slightly over 5000 miles a year, which is about 2 ° o on the present main line mileage.
Were built-an addition equivalent to more than I I% of mileage then existing-and in 1887, 12,876 m.
The decade from 1896 until 1905, inclusive, saw huge sums spent on yards, passing tracks, grade reduction, elimination of curves, substitution of large locomotives and cars for small ones, &c. During those ten years, the route mileage increased 34,991 m., or 17%, while the mileage of second, third, fourth and yard tracks and sidings increased 32,666 m., or nearly 57%.
Illustrates the railway mileage in the continent of America at the close of 1907.