Is it possible to have a speedometer turned back to a lower number, and, why would you want to tamper anyway? We all know years ago it was common practice for shady corner car lots to turn the speedometers back, you know, to show a lower mileage on the car so they could get more money for the vehicle.
Actually, it’s the “odometer” they play with and not a speedometer
The story has it if you had over a 100, 000 miles on your car it was considered, well not desirable for resale. So no matter how beautiful and well kept your vehicle was or is, the higher number on the odometer was the killer. In most cases, the used car salesman used that number to their advantage “we can’t pay that price for a high mile car.” So in the end, the car lot got this well maintained and beautiful looking car with high miles for near nothing. The salesman says what to do with this car, so spinning the odometer back on this beautiful high miler was common practice. Continue reading