I went to get a friend from work tonight and my odometer rolled over past 60,000 miles. Considering the car is a 2001 Ford Taurus SES, it's doing pretty well. It was my grandmother's car and then my mom drove it, and I think when I got it over three and a half years ago, it had about 35,000 miles on it. I drive around town a lot, but that's still less than the average from an insurance point of view, so I get a break in my rates. When I first bought the car, a mechanic said the best thing I could do beyond the flushing and the like that I had done was drive it, rather than let it sit. So I've broken it in nicely, 15-16 years after it was made. Here's to another 15, with any luck. My last Taurus had over 280,000 miles on it before it died. I'm in the take-care-of-it-and-drive-till-it-collapses school of thought with cars, obviously.