Origin of odometerFrench odomètre from Classical Greek hodometros from hodos, way (see -ode) + metron, measure
An instrument that indicates distance traveled by a vehicle.
Origin of odometerFrench odomètre from Greek hodometron hodos journey metron measure ; see -meter .
An instrument for indicating the distance traveled by a vehicle, typically by measuring the number of rotations of a wheel or fan whose rate of rotation depends on the speed of the vehicle.
From hodometer, from Ancient Greek á½Î´ÏŒÏ‚ (hodÃ³s, “road, path, way") + Î¼ÎÏ„ÏÎ¿Î½ (mÃ©tron, “measure") (equivalent to +"Ž -meter).
- Gas purchases are tracked with odometer readings and identification numbers, meaning you can track not only the amount of fuel purchased but the fuel efficiency of a given vehicle.
- This will tell you if the car's been in any accidents, if its odometer reading is correct, and whether it was involved in floods or other damaging events.
- You're stepping on the brakes more often per mile of driving, so your odometer will probably display a lower number when it's time for a brake job.
- Other interior features on the Aveo are the digital clock, an instrumentation panel with a trip odometer, tachometer, and a 12-volt power outlet.
- MilesGallon.com is the best place to go if you simply want to calculate your MPG based on your odometer reading and the fuel you've pumped.