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FYI, the trip odometers reset at 10,000 miles automatically.
I found this out because I had the B odometer perpetually counting the original miles I put on the vehicle since it was delivered with 134 on it.
So, although my SSR has 10134.00 miles on it, I personally have only put on 10,000 of those miles.
Well actually the dealer has put on about 1000 themselves since they owned it for 30 days of the first 90 days I owned it.

BTW, I took delivery June 21, 2005. I love to drive my SSR, but not to the dealer...
 

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mostly fun

I used to average around 40k miles a year in my old job, but this one keeps me around 20k or more.
Most of the miles however are fun miles except the "drive to the dealer" miles.

I've taken a few long trips in it the first few months of ownership...
 

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OP said:
FYI, the trip odometers reset at 10,000 miles automatically.
I found this out because I had the B odometer perpetually counting the original miles I put on the vehicle since it was delivered with 134 on it.
So, although my SSR has 10134.00 miles on it, I personally have only put on 10,000 of those miles.
Well actually the dealer has put on about 1000 themselves since they owned it for 30 days of the first 90 days I owned it.

BTW, I took delivery June 21, 2005. I love to drive my SSR, but not to the dealer...

The trip odometers don't really 'reset' at 10,000. They just 'rollover' because there is no 10,000 digit. :)
 
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