Q: What was the longest mile a car went in the 1930s?

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The car was driven 1780 miles. If a car was rented for 2 days, there would be a flat rate of $42 ($21 per day * 2 days = $42). That leaves $178 from the total bill ($220 total - $42 = $178). Take the $178 divided by $0.10 per mile and that leaves you with 1780 miles ($178 / $0.10 per mile = 1780 miles).

Speed of a car in miles per hour? The number of miles your car travels in one hour. 60 mph equals 60 miles, and so forth. 60mph is one mile per minute.

That would depend upon the size of the tire. My car has tires that are about 221/4" in diameter which means they have circumference: circumference = π x diameter ≈69.9" which is the distance travelled in one complete revolution of the tire. 1 mile = 63360 in ⇒ revolutions = 1 mile ÷ circumference_of_tire ≈ 63360 in ÷ 69.9 in ≈ 906.43 revolutions per mile My bicycle has tires that are about 271/2" in diameter meaning the number of revolutions is: revolutions ≈ 63360 in ÷ (π x 271/2 in) ≈ 733.39 revolutions per mile

It is 1 cent per mile cheaper.

1 mile is 5280 feet. So, 40 miles per hour is the same as 211,200 feet per hour.

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The longest car is a Limousine,which is thirty meters long...........

the limo is to the longest car.

limousine is the longest car

Your question can not be answered as asked. There is not information available online for mile, mile. For a car to be considered a classic car, it has to be at least 25 years old.

Volkswagen beetle

The average person did not own a car in the 1930s. In 1930 there was around 1 car for every 4 people. The boom in car ownership happened in the 50s & 60s.

You can watch a 500 mile car race in Indiana.

I think. It is one of the world's longest car as far as I know. I can be wrong too.

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the car and steam boats

Limousine is the longest car of 30.5meters or 100 feet