Q: How many feet does it take to stop at 50 miles per hour?

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55 feet

Stopping Distance = about 56.25 feet.

If there is constant acceleration and deceleration then it would be 33.3 ft to stop

44 feet

Stopping a vehicle with good brakes from 20 miles per hour under good conditions requires about 80 feet. Leaving at least 80 feet will allow you to stop safely without hitting the car in front of you.

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At 20 miles per hour it takes about 60 feet to stop on wet pavement. At sixty miles per hour it takes at least 300 feet to stop.

19.11 feet

55 feet

Stopping Distance = about 56.25 feet.

If there is constant acceleration and deceleration then it would be 33.3 ft to stop

44 feet

It will take two Stuarts and one Peter

These rules vary somewhat from state to state. In California, passenger car brakes must stop a vehicle going 20 MPH within 25 feet.

Brakes must be able to stop a car at 20 miles per hour within 25 feet. This is very important for safety of pedestrians and drivers, as well as for the good of the car.

One foot is typically used on the brake, however I guess if you're careful you can press the pedal with two if your feet fit on it.

It takes a minimum of 135 feet for a car to stop at 45 miles per hour. The wear of the tires makes a difference in the distance too.

Stopping a vehicle with good brakes from 20 miles per hour under good conditions requires about 80 feet. Leaving at least 80 feet will allow you to stop safely without hitting the car in front of you.