In New Zealand, Graeme Hebley bought a Toyota Corolla in 1993 and it has already traveled more than two million kilometers.
According to the New Zealand Herald, Hebley, who is 72 years old, believes that the car will continue running for a long time.
According to the Herald report, Mr Hebley works as a newspaper delivery contractor and bought the car in 2000 after it only had 80,000 kilometers on the odometer.
He drives from his home in New Plymouth to Wellington every day for six days a week. Because of this, his car has to be regularly serviced.
The car, which still has the original transmission and engine, is regularly serviced at a Whanganui car care facility known as Guthrie’s Auto Care.
Mr Hebley was quoted as saying that he got his car fixed after breaking down in one of his vans. He was assisted by John Sherman, who works at the facility.
According to Mr Hebley, the car was originally used to deliver chippies in Tokyo. The only major changes that the car has experienced during its two decades of operation are the wheel bearings and the cambelt, which have been replaced 20 times.
According to Mr Sherman, who is the regular service provider of the car, Mr Hebley’s good care of the vehicle allowed it to reach this significant milestone.
Before this car, Mr Sherman’s previous record for the most kilometers that a vehicle has traveled was around 700,000. Mr Hebley, on the other hand, stated that he doesn’t plan on stopping driving anytime soon.