Originally Posted by speedyguy
Well my car is a dog so I guess my 150000miles should be considered dog miles. So what would you say about that? I mean how does that dog year calculation work anyway? Mr. Smart Administrator this should rock your brain. LOL
The general rule for traditional "dog years" is to multiply the dog'* current age by seven. For example, my dog Cotton is eight "human years" old. Therefore, Cotton is 7 * 8 = 56 "dog years" old. (No, of course this isn't scientific. And yes, there are better estimators for a dog'* age-based maturity )
Using the above logic, if your car has 150,000 "dog miles," it has only (150,000 / 7 = ) 21400 "human miles." Of course, this would imply that (1) your car is getting old before its time (2) your car has a tendency to chase other cars.