Honda 1 Million Miles New Vehicle

October 26, 2011 by staff 

Honda 1 Million Miles New VehicleHonda 1 Million Miles New Vehicle, How can you get a free car again? It’s easy. Only Unit 1 million miles in his old car. At least that’s what made Joe LoCicero, and was awarded with a brand new Honda Accord, for their efforts.

LoCicero, an inspector of claims for damages based in Maine, puts a lot of miles on their cars. Thus, in 1996, was looking for something reliable, not flashy, to drive. He chose a Honda 1990 Agreement at that time was a paltry 74,000 miles on it. LoCicero was determined to make good use of that car.

To be fair, it should be noted that LoCicero is a car enthusiast and worked as a technician for 18 years. He knows something about how to get the most out of a vehicle. “I in accordance with manufacturer’s maintenance program, and I use a secret formula of oil when I change the oil every 5,000 miles,” LoCicero said. Also kept a daily log of your mileage and tried different filters, tires and oil to find out what works best with your agreement.

LoCicero units about 55,000 miles a year – its territory includes all of Maine and northern New Hampshire – so having a reliable car is a serious matter.

When he reached the mark of 450,000 miles in the Agreement, LoCicero wrote a letter to Honda. “I wrote to say he had been nearly half a million miles in this agreement soon, and sent me a form letter,” LoCicero said.

But LoCicero said all he knew about “the little car that could” mark and 700,000 miles when it came to that. “It became a challenge. I really wanted to see how this car could go.”

In all the time he owned his car towed LoCicero had to once.

“I used to brag about my car a lot. In a way my family was crazy how often I talk about all the miles on it and the way it has never failed me. So when the fuel pump was kaput, and I had to get towed home … everyone was on the porch laughing and waving when I pulled the crane, “LoCicero said.

As LoCicero approached the mark of 1,000,000 miles that spoke to a sales manager for Honda in Saco, Maine, who wrote a letter in his name to some Honda executives that the miraculous feat is sufficient to give a car LoCicero new.

Even with a new car in your driveway, I can not LoCicero bear the thought of his old car. “I’m still driving.”

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