Q: Is it possible to put so much mile in 5 months?

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I bought this car worth 1,000 dollars 2 days ago,the car currently has 214,000 miles,but recently i was checking the title wich its the original one and by surprise the car was registered in New jersey state by 05/2016 with 90,000 miles and i purchased it on11/26/2016 with 214,000 miles...

How is this possible what could have happened?

My car has 214000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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