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• Answer: The answer to this is difficult as you have not supplied enough information. You will need to know several things to be able to answer your question such as :- size of lorry, what weight is it, how fast is it going, is the road wet or dry. These are just a few of many details yo
• Answer: Twice as long as a car.
If the truck is loaded all that extra weight makes it harder to stop.
If the truck is empty, the tires will probably be inflated to too-high air pressure to keep good contact with the ground, and they will skid easy.
And a truck cannot swerve around an obstacle as well as a car, since trucks tip over easy.
• Answer: about 22 metres
• Answer: condition of car
condition of driver
weather
road surface

by jibran ali
• Answer: perceving danger and deciding to stop
• Answer: Depends on how hard you press the brakes
• Answer: 175 feet.

The Oregon Drivers Handbook calculates it at closer to 240 feet.
(of course many factors can make it more or less distance.)
• Answer: Classic advice gives an estimation of 53.34m. How wet the conditions are, how worn your tyres are, what type of surface youre travelling on, how tired you are.. Too many factors to give a definiteive answer, but the UK highway code says 53m for a car on dry, firm surface with an alert driver. Be advised that these are the stopping distances for a 1970 ford anglia with drum brakes. The stopping power of a modern car is far better; my Volvo S60 will emergency stop from 50mph in less than 20 metres, but this excludes thinking time, which can vary hugely depending on the driver
• Answer: arent u a science student?
its simple. time,initial velocity,accelaration
the formula is;
v2=u2+2as
here v is final velocity
u is innitial velocity
a is accelaration
s will be3 the stopping distance
okkkk!!
• Answer: A cruise ship travels 1900 miles per trip. There are a total of 4 stops the ship makes, and the distance to the first stop is 460 miles. If the variable d stands for the distance left to travel after the first stop, which of the following choices is the most reasonable value for d?
1,500 miles
• Answer: The more friction, the quicker the vehicle will stop, meaning less stopping distance.
• Answer: The distance needs to be further apart from the car in front
• Answer: In a vacuum, light will travel 299,792,458 meters in one second.

# What is the distance your vehicle travels while stopping?

• This distance your vehicle travels while stopping is?
total stopping distance

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• Answer: This distance your vehicle travels while stopping is?
total stopping distance
• Answer: ten feet for every ten miles an hour
• Answer: Total Stopping Distance
• Answer: As a general rule of thumb, no.
• Answer: No, Police arrest people for CRIMINAL offenses or on the orders ofa Judge.
Failing to meet a contractual obligation (stopping payment) is, inmost countries, not a criminal offense. It is a CIVIL matter.
If you stop payment (for no valid reason) there will however beconsequences, the company will come after you to reposes the carand if they take you to CIVIL court over your failure to abide byyour contract, they can apply to seize your money or goods and yourcredit rating will be ruined.
• Answer: A vehicle that travels over water or land on a cushion of airis called a hovercraft
• Answer: Hovercraft
• Answer: It depends on what kind of car, and how good the breaks are. Your time to react would be about 70 feet. Your breaking distance would be around 245 feet. Add that up and you get 315 feet.
• Answer: 153.76 miles by Christopher Bergland on a treadmill. Another man (Jason Cromwell) ran a record 204 miles from Thomasville GA to Savannah GA in 2005 to raise money for the Katrina disaster. It has also been documented that he had performed this feat in less than 23 hours of stright non-stop running.
• Answer: That depends on what vehicle you are stopping from 55 mph. the laws of physics come into play. The heavier the vehicle the longer the stopping distance. So I cannot give an accurate answer except to say that from 60 mph the average for a mid-sized car is around 135 feet.
• Answer: depends on how heavy the cars is. depend on the brakes and the tire performance
• Answer: 4.6 meters or 15ft. is the estimated stoping distance of a vehicle travelling at 25 MPH.
Thinking time and weather or not you are sober have not been taken into account.
• Answer: 75 Feet
• Answer: This question is complicated to answer. It depends on a number of factors. For one, it depends on what type of train it is. A freight train, for example, can take over 2 miles to completely stop. It also depends on what speed the train is going.