What pet can run over 80 mph?
A Cheetah can run that fast, but they aren't pets.
In terms of traveling speed tornadoes can be stationary or travel at over 70 mph. The average forwards speed is 35 mph. In terms of wind speed, winds in a tornado can travel at anywhere from 65 mph to over 300 mph. The average tornado probably has winds in the range of 80 to 90 mph. Tornadoes that cause the most serious damage have winds over 130 mph. Tornadoes with winds over 200 mph are…
Tornado intensity varies widely. The weakest tornadoes have winds of 65 mph, while the very strongest can have winds over 300 mph (the highest recorded wind is 302 mph +/- 20). The average tornado likely has winds around 80 mph, while those that do heavy damage generally have winds over 135 mph (EF3 or stronger).
Tornadoes vary widley in size and speed. The average tornado is 50 to 100 yards wide, has winds of 80 to 90 mph, and travels at 30-35 mph. However tornadoes can range anywhere from less than 10 yards wide to over 2 miles wide, can have winds from 65 mph to over 300 mph, and can be nearly stationary or travel at over 70 mph.
Depends on how fast you drive the car. However, I believe cheetas can run up to 80 MPH but not for very long a car. Because cheetahs can go the same speed but cars hold the same speed but cheetahs can only run fast in a short period of time. Plus, cheetahs can only go 65 mph while car can go 80 or something.
Depends on how fast you were going over the posted limit. 1-9 mph over: $80 and 1 Point. If it causes an accident, $120 and 3 points. 10-19 mph over: $90 and 2 Points. If accident, $130 and 3 points. 20-29 mph over (or 10-19 in a 65mph zone): $160 and 2 Points. If accident, $200 and 3 points. 30-29 mph over (or 20-29 in a 65mph zone): $290 and 5 Points. 40+ mph over…