# Your question: How far does a vehicle travel at 65 mph?

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## How many miles can you go at 65 mph?

65 mph * 1.5 hours = 97 miles.

## How far can a car going 65 mph go in 3 hours?

65 mph means you go 65 miles in one hour, so in 2 hours you go 65×2 miles, in 3 hours you go 65×3 miles, and in 3.5 hours you go 65 × 3.5 miles.

## What is 65 mph to feet per second?

Mph to feet per second conversion chart near 65 mph

Mph to feet per second conversion chart
65 mph = 95.3 feet per second
66 mph = 96.8 feet per second
67 mph = 98.3 feet per second
68 mph = 99.7 feet per second

## How long does it take to drive 200 miles at 65 mph?

How long will it take to go 200 miles at 65 mph? The answer 3 that you got means you were traveling for 3 hours at 65 miles per hour. The remainder 5 you got is the additional miles you need to travel to reach 200 miles.

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## How many miles does a car travel in 1 hour?

approximately 0.6818 miles per hour.

## How fast do cars go per hour?

Speed

Speed Typically found
50 km/h Typical car speed on residential roads or busy city roads
80–90 km/h Vehicle on main road, travelling reasonably fast
100–120 km/h Fast car on motorway, typical speed of a cheetah running, freight trains
200–300 km/h High speed train

## How many miles is 60 mph?

One hour walking at 1 mph moves you 1 mile. Miles per hour is often used for car speeds. One minute at 60 mph will move you 1 mile.

## How far does a car travel in 1 second?

Answer: A car travels 0.017 miles in 1 second.

## How far does a car travel at 60 mph?

40 x 12 = 480 miles. Since you traveled at 60 mph, you will be 60 x 12 miles from home. 60 x 12 = 720 miles.

## Can you tell how fast a car was going by the damage?

The severity of the damage can tell investigators important information. A minor dent may indicate that a driver was traveling at low speed or that the driver had nearly enough time to finish braking. Severe damage can tell investigators how fast a vehicle may have been traveling or how hard the car was hit.