“Not Actual” indicates that the odometer reading is not accurate or could not be determined.
There are many causes for this.
- Odometer was replaced with an aftermarket unit
- Odometer has maxed out and gone back to zero
- Odometer is digital and the battery is dead
- Odometer was damaged
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