# Speed Distance Time Calculator

Please enter the speed and distance values to calculate the **travel time** in hours, minutes and seconds.

00:00:00

Time format HH:MM:SS
## About Speed Distance Time Calculator

This online calculator tool can be a great help for **calculating time** basing on such physical concepts as speed and distance. Therefore, in order to calculate the time, both **distance and speed** parameters must be entered. For the **speed**, you need to enter its value and select speed unit by using the scroll down menu in the calculator. For **distance**, you should enter its value and also select the proper length measurement unit from the scroll down menu.
You'll receive the result in standard time format (HH:MM:SS).

### Time Speed Distance Formula

Distance is equal to speed × time. Time is equal Distance/Speed.

Distance = Speed × Time Speed = Distance / Time Time = Distance / Speed

### Calculate Time from Distance and Speed Examples

Example 1: ---------------------------------- Speed: 50 mile per hour (km/h) Distance: 70 miles Time = Distance / Speed Time = 70 km / (50 km/h) Time = 1.4 h 1 hour = 60 minutes 0.4 h = 0.4 × 60 0.4 h = 24 minutes Time = 1 hour 24 minutes Time = 01:24:00 (HH:MM:SS) Example 2: ---------------------------------- Speed: 40 kilometer per hour (km/h) Distance: 60 miles Time = Distance / Speed Time = 60 miles / (40 km/h) 1 mile = 1.609344 km Time = 60 × 1.609344 km / (40 km/h) Time = 96.56064 km (40 km/h) Time = 2.414016 h Hours = 2 h 1 hour = 60 minutes 0.414016 h = 0.414016 × 60 0.414016 h = 24.84096 minutes Minutes = 24 min 1 minute = 60 second 0.84096 min = 0.84096 × 60 sec 0.84096 min = 50 sec (approximately) Seconds = 50 sec Time = 2 hours 24 minutes 50 seconds Time = 02:24:50 (HH:MM:SS)

## Recent Comments

Extremely helpful! made my life a lot easier! :)

This is very helpful!!!! Thank u

A husband and wife have started walking together for their health.

The comfortable pace for the husband is 3 mph. The comfortable pace for the wife is 2.5 mph.

They walk together for 15 minutes and decide the pace is too fast for the wife and too slow for the husband.

They decide to walk in opposite directions, at their own pace, for 30 minutes and then turn around and meet each other.

Then they walk back to their starting point.

What was the total distance walked by the husband?

What was the total distance walked by the wife?

What is the greatest distance the husband and wife were apart?

good to answer random dilemmas you come up with

Interesting . . . I will return later with more data to input. Curious about the top speed of a certain something.

I found this while watching a “Still missing “ on I.D. Channel and being the Curious Cat that I am. Had to figure 60 mph time to get 1.40 miles away. But, will use in future for my own business.

@TIA

>I’m an avid motorcycle rider and I was using it to figure out how long it would take to travel 25 miles at an average speed of 100 mph.

Why don't you just ride at 120 mph, then all you have to do is divide the distance by 2, to work out the number of minutes it will take.

Good if you wanna know how far is the place where you are driving

so good! I am using it so much

I was calculating how long it would take to go 29 m at 50.0mph.

helped me with my hw very good calculator

5-hour bicycle trip in all he traveled 150 kilometars what was his average rate of speed

This calculator is 10/10, interface is great! Helped me buy an electric scooter to see how fast it would take me to go places

Your comment 'how long will a busvtake to travel 150 km at an average speed of 40km /h?

Very helpful, but do you guys intend on making an app in the future?

Good I would like.to.share.the website to my friends thanks a lot

Thanks, add nautical miles would be good , I use this for determining when the large waves will hit the N Shore of Kauai from the Buoy out 188 Nautical miles, Aloha

Zoran??? Are you joking, train takes 3 hours to travel 225 miles so obviously 75 miles an hour can you not do 225 divided by 3????

If you could convert into seconds it would be better

Was trying to work out what my average speed would need to be to cycle 170 miles in 12 hours, this really helped just need to factor in a few breaks