Check coolant levels and also if you are running the AC it puts significant strain on the cooling system and actually increases your cars temp. Of it overheats turn on the heater to relieve some of the pressure.
1 hour and 30 mins
If you drive a car at 40 miles per hour for two hours,then the distance covered will be 80 miles.If you drive the car for another 2 hours at 60 miles per hour ,then you will cover another 120 miles.The total distance you will cover is thus 80 miles + 120 miles = 200 miles.
If you drove at 38 mph then it would take you one hour to drive 38 miles. If you drove at 76 mph it would take you half an hour to drive 38 miles
Her speed was 50 miles per hour.
It will take: 30/40 = 3/4 of an hour
30 hours and 42 minutes
If it take you an hour to drive 80 miles and an hour to drive 50 miles, you will not necessarily save fuel. Fuel consumption is measured by miles per gallon, not time driving. You use less fuel driving 50 miles than 80 miles.
355 miles/65 miles/hour = 5.462 hours
4 hours to drive 220 miles at 55 miles per hour.
Well, let's see . . . If you can drive 200 miles in each hour, then it should take you 1 hour to drive 200 miles.
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.
If you drive at 75 miles per hour, then you cover 75 miles in one hour.
It depends how fast you drive. 126 miles per hour? one hour. 63 miles per hour? two hours. 31.5 miles per hour? four hours.
"80 miles per hour" means "at the speed of 80 miles in one hour" so it would take one hour to drive 80 miles at 80 miles per hour.
It would take 1 hour 19 minutes and 38 seconds to drive 73 miles at 55 miles an hour.
i recommend 85(km) per hour or 53 miles per hour in 4 hi any faster can damage the transfer case