The answer to your question depends on how fast you drive and how many stops you have.
It is about 380 miles across Wyoming or about a seven hour drive.
Unfortunately, no. It's a long, boring trip across the least scenic part of Colorado, and then Nebraska.
Nebraska and South Dakota share a common border, so travel time would be as long as it takes someone to step across the state line.
About 45 minutes.
About 6 or 7 hours
On average, about 12 and a half hours, depending on where in Nebraska you are going to.
About 22.5 hours.
Seeing as you cannot drive across the Atlantic Ocean, fairly long
how long does it take to get to Germany
yes as long as you don't drive it on the road
About 10,000 miles
The drive is 383 miles, with a drive time of about 6 hours, assuming you take the Interstate (I-5) rather than the coast highway.
About 2.5 hours on the US Interstate Highway system.
About 1½ hours via Interstate 75
The drive from New York City to Lincoln, Nebraska, is, according to Google Maps, 1,298 miles or 22 hours of driving. If you drive for 12 hours per day, you'll need two days to make the drive.
approx. 14 hours by car
roughly 3 and a half hours.
Approximately 7 hours, going west to east.