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There are 1,277.4 miles between Miami, Florida and New York City, New York. The drive would be an estimated 18 hours 32 minutes in duration.

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Assuming normal conditions, obeying traffic laws, and you mean New York City, about 20 and a half hours.


Google Maps estimates the driving time as 21 hours and 26 minutes.


New York (the city) is in New York (the state). New York (the state) is not in Miami (a city). Miami (the city) is in Florida (a state).


It is 1,291.15 miles according to MapQuest.


OK. I've done this drive several times taking I95 and it only took me 20 hours. And that's with restroom breaks and stopping to eat.


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The drive from Chicago, IL to New York City, NY is approximately 13 hours & 791 miles.


The drive from New York City and Miami is about 1300 miles. Driving on the I-95, the midpoint will be near Florence, SC.



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