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Q: How long would it take to drive 1000 miles going 65 miles per hour?

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Yes, I would.

1000/25 = 40 hours.

1000 divided by 80 = 12.5Hrs

Give me a MPH and I'll give you an answer! :)

Once a year should be fine if you only drive it 1000 miles.Once a year should be fine if you only drive it 1000 miles.

1000 miles /55 mph = 18 hrs and 10 minutes and 48 seconds

1000 miles / 10 miles/gallon = 100 gallons * 4 $/gallon = $400

1000 / 31 x 3.96 = 127.74

If you maintained exactly 60mpg (never slower, never faster) it would take 16 2/3 hours to drive 1000 miles. But, it you drove 500 miles at 30mph and another 500 at 100mph it would take almost 22 hours, so don't slow down!

if you get dirt in a transmission while drive 1000 miles you could ruin it. no question about it...

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The answer depends on the efficiency of the vehicle in miles per gallon, as well as the price of gasoline. An average automobile goes 20 miles on a gallon of gas. Divide distance by efficiency (1000 miles divided by 20 miles per gallon results in 50 gallons.) If gas costs $3 per gallon, then the fuel used by this car to travel 1000 miles would cost $150 and you would need to fill up twice. If you drive a hybrid at 33 miles per gallon, the cost would be $90 (one tank of gas used). If you drive a truck or SUV at 10 miles per gallon, the cost would be $300 with four fill-ups.