# 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

If a total distance of 2 miles is driven, with the first mile being driven at a speed of 15mph, and the second mile driven at a speed of 45 mph: What is the average speed of the full 2 mile trip?

hi sorry im newly introduced to this and i dont understand how to use it but in need to find the distance if i was travelling in the average speed of 15km/hr in 4 hours how far would i travel

D= 697 km T= 8 hours and 12 minutes S= ?

if a train is going 130 miles in 50 minutes, how fast is it going in miles per hour ??

How long would it take me to drive to Mars at 100 miles per hour and how much gas would I use in a 2000 Ford Mustang000000/ Also, how much CO2 would I release into the air?

great tool helped me alot

D= 697 km T= 8 hours and 12 minutes S= ?

A car can go from rest to 45 km/hr in 5 seconds. What is its acceleration?

Guys how much time will a cyclist take to cover 132 METRES

With a speed of 8 km/ph

@Mike

Depends on how fast that actually is. For every 10 mph above 60, but below 120, you save 5 seconds a mile. But between the 30-60 area, every ten saves 10 seconds a mile (if I am remembering correctly), and every 10 between 15-30 is 20 seconds. Realistically, it isn't likely isn't worth it, unless it is a relatively straight drive with no stops, in which case you will likely go up a gear for the drive and thus improve gas efficiency for the trip. Only really saves time if it is over long trips 300+ miles (in which case, assuming you were on the interstate) that 5 seconds a mile would save you 25 minutes from the drive, making it go from 4h35m to 4h10m. For me, I have family across the U.S., so family visits are usually 900-1400 miles. Even only driving 5 above usually saves me 90-150 minutes or so (since I often have stretches where I drive on US highways which have 55 mph speed limits)

I would like to know if driving fast is worth it for short trips. If I drive 10 MPH over the speed limit for 10 miles, how much time do i save ?

Is there an equation for that ?

it helps me in lot of stuff

awesome, helped me notice how long my taiga (electric seedoo) is going to last.

Very good! This helped me a lot.

hello guys can you help me with this question

A falcon travelled at 167 mph. How long would it take for it to travel 34.5 miles?

Hey @Ally,

The answer will be 15km/hr

First, after you are done writing the fact down, you'll realise that there's 24 min or 24/60= 0.4 hr left (6km*10km/h cuz t= d/v) to cover 6 km ... And d=6

t= 0.4

velocity, v (same as speed)=?

so v=d/t

v=6km/0.4 (multiply it by 10/10 to remove decimal) = 60/4= 15

Speed required to cover rest of the 6km in the left 24min= 15km/hr

This took me some time to understand but when I was done, I realised it was pretty easy. The only two formulas that were used were:

time=distance/speed

velocity/speed= total distance/total time taken

Hope it helps :)

Harshita from India :D

Here is a question!

Tony wants to cycke 12km in an hour. He cycles the first 6km at 10km/h. How fast must he go in the rest of his journey! Use this website to calculate.

Helped my math question so much!!!

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

This is very helpful!!!! Thank u