Stopping points from New York, New York to Las Vegas, Nevada:

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Cleveland, Ohio is stopping point #1 after driving about 460 miles (740 km) or 8 hours.

Aurora, Illinois is stopping point #2 after driving about 390 miles (620 km) or 6.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 850 miles or 1360 km over roughly 14 hours of driving.

Omaha, Nebraska is stopping point #3 after driving about 430 miles (700 km) or 7 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1,280 miles or 2060 km over roughly 21 hours of driving.

Sterling, Colorado is stopping point #4 after driving about 420 miles (670 km) or 6 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1,700 miles or 2730 km over roughly 27 hours of driving.

Cedar City, Utah is stopping point #5 after driving about 700 miles (1130 km) or 11 hours. Your total trip so far is about 2,400 miles or 3860 km over roughly 38 hours of driving.

Finally, Las Vegas, Nevada is your destination after driving about 170 miles (280 km) or 2.5 hours. Your total trip with all stops is around 2,570 miles or 4140 km, taking roughly 40.5 hours for the whole trip.

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New York, New York

City: New York
State: New York
Country: United States
Category: cities

Las Vegas, Nevada

City: Las Vegas
State: Nevada
Country: United States
Category: cities

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