Hello, I've been scouring the internet for help and answers to my questions, hopefully someone here can help me! There seems to be a lot of conflicting information out there! I am not mechanically inclined, at all. I know next to nothing about vehicles. It's embarrassing. Currently I'm shopping for a used truck. Ideally, I want to stick to the $10-15k price range. I see a large variety of trucks available in that area for my price range, but I don't know a good truck from a bad one (if there is a bad one?). I work, a lot. I do shift work, so I don't do a lot of driving. On average, I would say I probably drive about 50 miles a week, approximately 2600 miles a year. That's being liberal. My wife and I recently bought our first house and I find myself in need of a pickup for hauling supplies from the local home improvement store and hauling stuff away. I also live in a part of the country where it is often imperative to have a four wheel drive vehicle during the winter months or at least a vehicle with some clearance. My main question is about mileage on used pickups. I see a lot of used trucks in my price range that have 180k+ miles. That seems like extremely high mileage to me, but I've always driven cars and again, am quite ignorant when it comes to motor vehicles. Are trucks still reliable with mileage that high? Can I still expect a fair amount of usage from a truck like that? It would mainly be used to get to and from work (approx. 30 miles a week), grocery runs and the occasional hauling of supplies for house/yard projects. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!