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Common theory questions

How long does it take to drive 30 kilometres if the average speed is 60 km/h?

Driving 300 kilometres takes 5 hours if the average speed is 60 km/h.

To calculate how long it will take to drive a certain distance, divide the distance in mil (10 kilometres) by the average speed in kilometres per hour. In this case: 30/6 = 5.