I have a 2007 Chevy Aveo with a manual 5 speed transmission. I want to know if the odometer will continue to roll up miles when I tow it four wheels flat on the ground behind my motorhome.
Front-wheel drive = jack up the front end and run car in drive for as many miles as you want to accumulate.
Rear-wheel drive = jack up the rear end and run car in drive for as many miles as you want to accumulate.
Four-wheel drive = jack up whole car, place it on blocks and run car in drive for as many miles as you want to accumulate.
BUT, why in the world would you want to accumulate EXTRA miles. Not only does it increase wear on your engine and transmission but it also increases the number of driving miles that you would have to report to your insurance company. Not to mention the cost of gasoline!
Yes it will increase whether you are in neutral or not. Your speedometer and odometer work off your transmission. If it is a rear-wheel drive you could simply disconnect the drive line from the rear axle which would keep the transmission from being turned by the rear wheels.
If it is a front-wheel drive vehicle, I don't know where the disconnect point would be.
If its in neutral I don't believe it does. Take a look some time when your rig is rolling just in neutral and see if you speedometer moves. My 1990 S-10 doesn't, so it doesn't count those miles, as my odometer works off my speedometer in my truck. But yours being a 2007 I don't know.
How do I increase my miles on my car by not driving the car??
Of course, all 4 wheels are still turning
I dont think so