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## How many feet does a car travel at 60 mph?

So if you want to calculate the speed of a car at sixty miles an hour, the math is (60 x 5280) ÷ (60 x 60) = **88 feet per second**. So this formula works for any “how far do you travel?” questions.

## How far do you travel in 3 seconds going 60 mph?

PRACTICAL USE OF FPS – Routine Patrol

Since your attention was diverted for three seconds and traveling at 60 fps, you drove a total of 180 feet (3 seconds x 60 fps) without looking where you were going. This puts you **120 feet** (300 feet – 180 feet) from the intersection.

## How long does it take a car travelling at 60 mph to cover 5 miles?

1/12 of an hour is **5 minutes**. Best of Luck!

## How long will it take to go 60 miles at 60 mph?

Assuming it’s been travelling at 60 mph since rest then it will take **60 minutes**, if not travelling at 60 mph since rest then it will take 60 minutes + several more seconds.

## How far can a car travel in 3 seconds?

The Three-Second Rule Chart

Three-Second Rule | 3 seconds | |
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Speed | Distance Traveled | Good |

25 m.p.h. | 37 ft. per second |
111 ft. |

35 m.p.h. | 52 ft. per second | 166 ft. |

45 m.p.h. | 66 ft. per second | 198 ft. |

## 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 in 1 second at 70 mph?

Now, to remember when driving, 70 mph is **102 2/3 ft/sec**.

## How far do you travel in 1 second at 100 mph?

A foot per second is a unit of speed. Something traveling at one foot per second is traveling exactly 0.3048 meters per second, or about **0.682 miles** per hour…. Convert 100 Miles per Hour to Feet per Second.

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How far do you travel at 100 mph in 1 second?

mph | fps |
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100.04 | 146.73 |

100.05 | 146.74 |

## How far do you travel at 65 mph in 1 second?

At 65 mph, keeping one second of following distance means the vehicle is traveling **100 feet behind the vehicle in** front. It takes an automobile a minimum of 150 feet to stop. With a 100 foot gap plus the auto’s stopping distance of 150 feet, an impact would occur within 250 feet.