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Assuming you only want to drive around Uranus (and not try to get there), it would take approx 66 days.

Q: How long would it take to drive at 100 km per hour around Uranus?

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It would take 1 hour.

Exactly 100 miles

55 mph = 88.51392 km per hour.

around 2.2 hours

About an hour and a half.

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It would take 353

There is evidence of wind on Uranus. Wind speeds on Uranus can reach 560 miles per hour, or 900 kilometers per hour.

That depends on the speed at which you are driving. For example, if you are driving 52.6 miles/hour, it would take an hour to drive that far. If you are driving 23.8 miles/hour, it would take two hours to drive that far.

You can't drive around the earth. There is no constant path of land. Its about 25,000 mles around the earth so if you could drive it and you traveled at 55 miles per hour it would take you about 454 1/2 hours, If you did not stop to let the kids pee.

Around an hour and a half by car.

17 hrs

The distance is around 662 miles and is approx. an 11 hour drive. This answer came from Google Earth.

Wind speeds on Uranus range from 0 miles per hour at the poles to 240 miles per hour near the equator. Uranus is frozen therefore calm

It's around an hour. Probably max an hour and half with traffic. Depends on how fast you drive.

The approximate distance between Earth and Uranus is 1.6 billion miles.At the rate of 25000 miles per hour speed it would take 64000 hours .

around one hour if you drive really fast

It would take 1 hour.