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What is the distance and driving time from Mount Gambier to Adelaide by car?
The flight distance between Brisbane, Australia and Adelaide, Australia is 994 miles, or 1,599 kilometres. Travel times from Brisbane to Adelaide: A typical flight between Br…isbane and Adelaide is about 2 hours. This assumes an average air speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/hr or 434 knots. Your exact flight time may vary depending on wind speeds. The driving distance between Brisbane and Adelaide is 2,025 km, travelling through Dubbo and Balranald. It would take about 25 hours of actual travelling time, without breaks, so is best spread over 3 days.
By road - 2 692 km ( 1672 miles), via the Nullarbor Plain, Ceduna and Port Wakefield. Travel time is estimated at around 32 hours, so it is a good four-day journey. As the c…row flies, the distance is 1750km. Google Earth calculates the distance as 2,694Km - and estimates a driving time of 28 hours.
1,200 miles, 20.5 hours.
The driving distance from Adelaide to Port Fairy is about 589 km, and travel time is around 8 hours (without breaks).
The Craitbul Story tells of the giant ancestor of the Booandik People who long ago made an oven at Mount Muirhead to cook for his wife and family. In hearing the groaning voic…e of the bird spirit "Bullin" warning them of the evil spirit "Tennateona", they fled to another site where they built another oven (Mount Schank). Again they were frightened off by the threat of the evil spirit and moved to "Berrin" where they again made their oven (Mount Gambier). One day, water rose and the fire went out. They dug other ovens, but each time water rose putting out the fires. This occurred four times (the Valley Lake, Blue Lake, Browne's Lake and Leg of Mutton Lake). Finally Craitbul and his family settled in a cave on the side of "Berrin's " Peak.
1,461 km, 15 hours 39 mins
The shortest route between Melbourne and Adelaide is via the Western Highway, at 725 km, or 450 miles. From Adelaide to Melbourne by air is a distance of 655 km, or 407 mile…s.
The driving distance is about 1,115 miles.
You should allow 10 feet for every 10 miles per hour. So if you are traveling at 70 mph, you should safely leave at least 70 feet between you and the car in front of you. Heav…ier vehicles, and those pulling trailers, need longer distances. Rule of thumb, if you know you can't possibly stop your car within the distance you are following another, then you are w-a-y too close. The car in front of you will not travel any faster by you trying to drive up its tailpipe.
One car length for every 10 miles per hour.
keep a minimum time of two seconds behind ^Most common answer on DMV Permit Tests is: A Safe Distance. May sound stupid, but no one ever said the government was smart.
They say that you have 3 calendar days to return the vehicle as long as you haven't driven more than 250 miles.... and the car is in the original state you purchased it in. A…nd they are wrong. If you purchase any vehicle used or new you then own that vehicle and you cannot return it 3 minutes later let alone 3 days later. The cooling off period or buyers remorse laws do not apply to the purchase of any vehicle. That is nothing more than a myth that just keeps going and will not die. Look at it this way. The instant you buy a new car, pay for it, and it is titled, it is no longer a new car. It becomes a used car, and is worth much less than it was the instant you bought it. Same applies to a used car. It goes from a 1 owner or 2 owner to a 3 owner and the value goes down. You went to the lot of your own free will. You made the decision to purchase the vehicle of your own free will. And now you own that vehicle and no dealer is going to take it back. But if it is a used car, you can ask nicely and you might be in luck and the dealer will take it back and sell you another car. Does not hurt to ask.
About 1,200 miles.
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About 25 driving miles.
You get worse fuel mileage, because the engine does not warm up good. And some mechanics feel that short trips are bad on the oil in the engine too. Some mechanics suggest tak…ing the car on a highway and going for a spin for a few miles to get the oil hot so the crude and impurities can burn off.
About 620 miles and 10 to 11 hours driving time.