Discussion in 'The Pub' started by SW33THAND5, Jan 21, 2015.
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I usually go around 20k per year.
45k like clockwork for the last 10 years. That's one reason I run into more than my share of angry asswipe traffic cops.
Even though I also run into more than my share of the cool and reasonable ones, the asswipe ones are way more asswipey than the cool and reasonable ones are cool and reasonable.
So yea a set of tires almost every January and an oil change every quarter (Mobil 1 synthetic at 10k intervals)
I put about 1k-1.5k on my daily driver per year.
Sorry, I read the thread title as How many MILFs a year...
About 7500 miles annually in my 2001 truck and about 750 miles annually on my 2010 Softail Custom.
I work from home full time and still drive 28,000 miles a year somehow.
Probably 7000? Most of that is a couple visits to my father in law's (900 miles round trip) and me going to play golf. We live in the city, I only really drive on the weekends.
around 10k, maybe less. my work is really close to my house.
I do around 8000 a year so I voted in the 5-10k category even though I don't go to church and don't drink milk.
I work from home which makes a huge difference obviously.
about 45K a year for me. 2-3 times a week commute to bay area, and a few longer road trips each year. It's why I bought a Prius
I live 5 minutes from work and 1500 yards from the grocery store.
Around 6k per year. Most of that is to and from work, with a few fishing trips thrown in.
None but I put in a lot of kilometers.
Probably 10K just getting to work and back .... and another 10K or so bopping around in the car or bikes.
20 - 25K per year. In sales leadership role so burn most of my miles driving to and from the airport and office; 60 mile round trip commute to office. Throw in the occasional customer visit where I drive and it all adds up quickly.
Drive a CTS-V so I get there really fast but burn through a lot of dead dinosaurs in the mean time.
In years past, when I had a territory, I averaged right at 50K annually. Got to hustle to get the sale!
I do the Kessel run in 12 parsecs.
My car is ten years old and it just went over 50K. To and from work daily. I'm good at stringing errands together to minimize needless back-n-forth trips.