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Ford gathers data from the MyFord Mobile app

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By ERROR666 on 7/31/2013 12:02:32 PM , Rating: 2
Why do you think so? I was always interested where this 10k-12k / year number came from.
In the last 10 years while I moved 4 times and worked for 5 different companies in different locations. My mileage varies between 25k-32k / year. I've never came even remotely close to 12k.

By retrospooty on 7/31/2013 12:11:10 PM , Rating: 2
That is close to the average, I think the 13,400 he posted afterward is correct... But that includes retirees that do 2-3000 per year and people that have long commutes and fleet cars that do well over 50,000 per year. If you are doing 40-50k miles per year or more, the "average" drive #'s mean nothing to you. Hybrids start looking like a better option at that point.

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