It's theoretically possible. The maximum speed for a dog or cat is around 30 mph.
51.429 seconds (rounded)
NO! don't get these facts from films and expect there true
More than likely the transmission has gone into overdrive.
When Jorge catches up with Guillermo, both men will have traveled the same distance. Distance traveled is the product of Rate (MPH) x time ==> D=Rt Guillermo has a 30 mile head start and travels @ 40 mph while Jorge chases him for 5 hours @ R mph. 30 + 5x40 = 5R 230 = 5R 46 = R Jorge must travel @ 46 mph in order to catch Guillermo in 5 hours
Mostly 30 mph, as for all built-up areas in the UK.
it depends on how hard u stop
6 hours 34 minutes @75 mph
30% is the dvla answer
5 hours 58 minutes at a constant 65 mph, excluding stops.
about 100 hrs driving at 165 mph about 100 hrs driving at 165 mph
how much for going 70 mph while pulling trailer
It would be 65 MPH.
193/73 = 2 and 47/73 hours
According to tests conducted by the U.S. Department of Energy, mpg decreases by an average of 17% by driving at 70 mph compared to driving at 55 mph. Example: A car that gets 25 mpg at 55 mph would get about 25 X 0.83 = 21 mpg at 70 mph.
The maxium is 65 MPH or 70 MPH on some highways. Trucks and trailers are limited to 55. I would say the reckless driving bar is about 75 to 80 MPH and over
Yes. That is a good rule for a safe following distance while driving.
No, in full electric mode which some can do up to 60+ mph, they are almost silent.
Driving 93 million miles at 100 mph will require 106.16 years. This is the total driving time at that speed and excludes stops or delays.
depends how fast your travelling :/ If you are driving 76 mph, then you'll get there in 1 hour If you're driving 38 mph, then you'll get there in 2 hours If you're driving 19 mph, then you'll get there in 4 hours
sounds like your tires needs to be rotated and balanced
just less than ten. 9 and a half i think.
The driving distance is 1302 miles per MapQuest. At 55 mph the driving time would be 23 hours and 40 minutes.
If you are driving for a period of time over 45 mph then use overdrive. If you are driving under 45 mph or in traffic that is speeding up and slowing down over and under 45 mph then do not use.