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Q: When you are driving at 50 mph you will need a stopping distance of?

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The typical BREAKING distance from 50mph is 38meters, but the overall stopping distance is 53meters (overall stopping distance is made up of thinking distance, which is 15meters in this case, + breaking distance)

more than 300 ft. Mike

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160kph = 100 mph 160 km is a DISTANCE, and can't be converted to a speed.

The stopping distance depends on a number of factors amongst which are:your response time,the road condition (it takes longer if wet),the condition of your vehicle's brakes,the condition of your vehicle's tyres,the mass of your vehicle.

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Stopping Distance = about 315 feet at 70 mph

Stopping distance at 30mph = 23m

Stopping Distance = 15 feet

Stopping distance at 40mph = 36m

Stopping Distance = about 146.25 feet.

Stopping Distance = about 75 feet.

The total stopping distance for a car travelling at 30 mph on a dry surface is about 75 feet. However, you may wish to note that in most countries, driving a car on the pavement is illegal.

When traveling 30-mph, the braking distance is 45-feet, and the total stopping distance is 75-feet. This is the length of a semi-truck and trailer.

Depends on what vehicle you are driving. The average car stopping distance including reaction time at 60 mph is about 275 feet.

Stopping distance mostly depends on various factors 1.Width of tyres. 2.Road friction and wetness. 3.weight of your vehicle. For safe driving a minimum of 52metres or more is considerable.

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23 meters on a dry pavement.

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