In 2004, Bob Old was looking for a good, reliable car for long-distance driving. He chose a Toyota Prius, and he's been driving it ever since.
You would think in those 11 years, putting on an average of 40,000 miles every year, he would have experienced some breakdowns or major repairs.
Bob says no. He's had to replace parts here and there, but only relatively minor ones. The battery for instance, potentially the most expensive part to replace, has been doing its duty tirelessly this entire time.
So how can you have a car as lasting as…