# How long does it take to put 100 000 miles on a car?

## How long does it take to put 100 000 miles on a car?

Typical mileage is about 15,000 miles per year, so 100,000 miles would be about 7 years. If you drove 25,000 miles per year, it would be four years. If you were a professional courier, for example, and averaged 60mph, eight hours a day, five days a week, 50 weeks a year, you’d be at 120,000 miles a year.

## How much does it cost to drive 100000 miles?

Cost To Drive 100,000 Miles

MPG | $2 per gallon | $3 per gallon |
---|---|---|

2 MPG | $100,000.00 | $150,000.00 |

3 MPG | $66,666.67 | $100,000.00 |

4 MPG | $50,000.00 | $75,000.00 |

5 MPG | $40,000.00 | $60,000.00 |

**Is 10000 miles per year enough?**

Usually, standard new-car leases limit mileage to between 10,000 and 15,000 miles a year. However, if you drive more than 15,000 miles a year, a high mileage lease of a new car may still be a better option than purchasing a car.

### How long would it take to drive 1, 000 miles at 60 mph?

Well time is equal to distance over (distance over time/ speed). 1000 miles divided by 60 miles an hour equals 16.667 (16 and 2/3) hours. Therefore a conversion would say 16 hours and 40 mins. Have you been hacked?

### How many hours does it take to drive 300 miles?

To do the trip in 4 hours would require a mean speed of 75 mph, not 80 mph. 300 miles at 80 mph would take 3.75 hours. Two mistakes here. The obvious one is that driving 300 miles at 100 mph would take 3 hours, not 4.

**How long does it take to drive 900 miles?**

I generally stop around the 900 kilometer (560 miles about) mark in a day. That will be about a twelve hour drive. (Brisbane to Mackay in Queensland) That includes a stop for fuel and food at Childers. A stop for a piddle somewhere between Childers and Rockhampton.

## How long does it take to drive 40 km per hour?

But if you’re driving on state highway which many a times are single roads and not so smooth, you could be averaging about 40 kmph in which case you may take about 20 to 24 hrs. All depends on how free a run you get and how good your road is.

Well time is equal to distance over (distance over time/ speed). 1000 miles divided by 60 miles an hour equals 16.667 (16 and 2/3) hours. Therefore a conversion would say 16 hours and 40 mins. Have you been hacked?

To do the trip in 4 hours would require a mean speed of 75 mph, not 80 mph. 300 miles at 80 mph would take 3.75 hours. Two mistakes here. The obvious one is that driving 300 miles at 100 mph would take 3 hours, not 4.

I generally stop around the 900 kilometer (560 miles about) mark in a day. That will be about a twelve hour drive. (Brisbane to Mackay in Queensland) That includes a stop for fuel and food at Childers. A stop for a piddle somewhere between Childers and Rockhampton.

But if you’re driving on state highway which many a times are single roads and not so smooth, you could be averaging about 40 kmph in which case you may take about 20 to 24 hrs. All depends on how free a run you get and how good your road is.