When the odometer is “Not Actual” it indicates that the odometer is not accurate or cannot be determined. There can be many different reasons for this. For example, the odometer may have been damaged, or maxed out and returned to zero, or replaced with an aftermarket unit; or the battery of the odometer may be dead. When the odometer is “Exempt,” it indicates that no code is required by federal law.

Last Updated 6/29/21

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