kilometers per hour


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Synonyms for kilometers per hour

the ratio of the distance traveled (in kilometers) to the time spent traveling (in hours)

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Luge is still dubbed as the "fastest sport on ice" but the International Luge Federation restricted its top speed to 135 kilometers per hour after Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili was killed at a dangerously quick sliding track at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Violations in this category include driving under the influence of alcohol with a percentage over 1 gram per liter, driving under the influence of drugs, refusing to undergo a test to check the levels of alcohol or drugs in the body, exceeding the speed limit by more than 60 kilometers per hour, and driving without a license.
At the moment Latvia is the only country in the Baltic States where speed cameras allocate fines to drivers for speeding in towns up to 10 kilometers per hour over the limit.
Winds of up to 72 to 90 kilometers per hour are likely from Friday afternoon, the agency said.
From a place to a hundred kilometers per hour Skoda Vision X accelerates in 9.
It is expected to move northwest at 25 kilometers per hour.
The hurricane moves forward at a speed of 24 kilometers per hour and wind at a speed of 297 kilometers per hour.
Friday will be very hot with light to moderate northwesterly winds at a speed of 10 to 30 kilometers per hour.
today, the eye of the typhoon was located at 1,175 kilometers east of Guiuan, Estern Samar and was found moving west northwest at 20 kilometers per hour.
Marcia made landfall in central Queensland as a category 5 storm Friday, with heavy rains and gusts of up to 295 kilometers per hour.
If the speed of a vehicle is 30 kilometers per hour or lower when it hits a pedestrian, then the pedestrian has a 90 percent chance of surviving the accident.
As a young star forms, it throws off material at speeds up to 1 million kilometers per hour.
During a recent test the vehicle showed a maximum speed of 97 kilometers per hour (60 mph), accelerating to 80 kilometers per hour in 33 seconds, Suvorov said.
It is moving at a speed of 30 to 40 kilometers per hour (18-24 miles per hour) with maximum sustained winds of 55 kilometers per hour, and causing waves of up to four meters.
The Rail Baltica project is to build a high speed rail corridor, with passenger trains traveling at speeds of 160 kilometers per hour on the route from Warsaw to Helsinki, and freight trains moving at up to 120 kilometers per hour.