When I got mine it got titled 'not actual mileage' which usually means an older vehicle with 5 digits so you can't tell if it turned past 100k or not, and whoever titled it was honest enough to say, it's not actual. What happened with mine was that when the dealer got it, the seller wrote the mileage wrong then tried to correct it by writing over it, thus, DMV immediately put 'not actual mileage' for that reason, on the dealer's title. And here's the funny thing, it was titled as having 188k miles and 'not actual' but in fact it has -less- than that, it has 183k miles, which I documented by photo - for whatever that's worth. Basically it falls under 'I don't care', for me. Kind of makes you wonder about the whole 'not actual' thing, because if they put 2 miles or 200k miles, it wouldn't matter because not actual means you don't know wtf it is. In my case, the VIN searches do show enough mileage entries so between that and photo doc I could make a solid case that I know what the mileage really is - it's what the odo says. But once not actual gets put on the title, it stays with it forever. At least here. Just another case of them doing things that make no sense at all.