# How many days would it take to drive 2500 miles if you drove 12-14 hours a day?

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I suggest you input the origin and destination. Then click on the type of transportation to access the total driving time. Then add the time for breaks for sleep, food, wash, change, etc.
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Posted on Nov 12, 2016

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It depends on how fast you drive.
It would take about three and a half days at 50mph.
At 60mph you could do it in three days.
At 90mph you could do it in two days and change.

Posted on Nov 12, 2016

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