Another Toyota Tundra Truck has recorded one million miles on the odometer. Aaron Morvant is a contract driver in Louisiana and his 2007 Toyota Tundra is simply unstoppable.

All around the United State hot shot drivers deliver parts for oil refineries and manufacturing facilities when no one else can deliver the part in time. Aaron Morvant racked up one million miles on his Tundra doing this unique job.

From thedrive.com:

“We journeyed to Morvant’s home 45 miles southwest of New Orleans a few weeks ago to hang out for a bit and talk about the truck when the call came in, cutting our visit short. Work never stops for both man and machine; at that point, the odometer read just under 996,000 miles. A week and a few long drives later, we got a text with unedited video evidence from Morvant confirming the truck’s odometer rolled over to 999,999, where it will stay frozen for as long as the pickup keeps ticking. It’s official—we have a second million-mile Toyota Tundra roaming the American south. And crazily enough, it’s been serviced at the very same Toyota dealership as the first seven-digit truck. That’s a pretty incredible streak for Greg LeBlanc Toyota in Houma, Louisiana, and Assistant Service Manager Jackie Cutrer knows how lucky she is to have watched them pile on the miles.”

2005 Toyota Tundra Truck

My Trusty 2005 Toyota Tundra Truck

I currently drive a 2005 Toyota Tundra truck (in addition to my highly modified WRX) It’s a double cab limited with four-wheel drive and almost 300,000 miles. The truck still drives well and the engine pulls strong. The Tundra truck is my daily driver and is extremely reliable. My favorite things about the truck are the reliability and the rear window that rolls all the way down.

The 05 and 06 double cabs are my favorite Tundra body style. The truck is big but not too big. The newer Tundras are really nice but they are definitely a large pickup truck. Both the Tundra and Tacoma have gotten a little bigger in recent years. The early year Tundras (2000-2006) are not much bigger than a new Tacoma but you get the legendary Toyota iForce 4.7-liter V8 instead of a 6 cylinder.

When I get a new truck it will probably be a Toyota Tundra. But I don’t think that will be any time soon as my current Tundra has another 700,000 miles if it’s to make to one million.

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