Route from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart by car

The driving distance between Havering and Kirkcaldy and Dysart is 412 miles. Travel time is 7 hours and 26 minutes by car.

From: Havering, County: Greater London, England
To: Kirkcaldy and Dysart, County: Fife, Scotland
412 mi , 7 h 26 min
Tolls: Stations
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Route from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart on map



Driving directions from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart

412 mi 7 h 26 min
1.
Head north on Manor Crescent
397 ft
2.
Turn right onto Westmoreland Avenue
1107 ft
3.
Turn left onto Squirrels Heath Lane
656 ft
4.
Turn right onto Upper Brentwood Road
0.7 mi
5.
Turn right onto Main Road (A118)
825 ft
6.
Enter Gallows Corner and take the 3rd exit onto Colchester Road (A12)
279 ft
7.
Exit the roundabout onto Colchester Road (A12)
2.1 mi
8.
Take the ramp on the left
466 ft
9.
Continue onto Putwell Bridge (A12)
1004 ft
10.
Enter Brook Street Roundabout and take the 1st exit
56 ft
11.
Exit the roundabout
172 ft
12.
Continue onto M25
7.1 mi
13.
Take the ramp on the left towards M11 (S): London (NE & C)
0.5 mi
14.
Keep right towards M11: Stansted
0.7 mi
15.
Merge right onto M11
14 mi
16.
Keep right onto M11
28.4 mi
17.
Merge right onto Huntingdon Road (A14)
13.7 mi
18.
Continue onto A14
314 ft
19.
Take the ramp on the left onto A14
104 mi
20.
Continue onto Doncaster Bypass (A1(M))
8.2 mi
21.
Keep right onto A1(M)
35 mi
22.
Keep right towards A1(M): The North
24.8 mi
23.
Take exit 56 on the left towards B6275: Barton
0.4 mi
24.
Enter Barton Junction and take the 1st exit onto Hang Bank (B6275)
70 ft
25.
Exit the roundabout onto Hang Bank (B6275)
5 mi
26.
Turn right onto B6275
575 ft
27.
Make a slight right onto B6275
4.8 mi
28.
Turn left onto A68
1.9 mi
29.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit towards Corbridge
109 ft
30.
Exit the roundabout towards Corbridge
0.4 mi
31.
Continue onto Chapel Street (A68)
357 ft
32.
Turn left to stay on A68
790 ft
33.
Turn right onto Toadpool (A68)
0.3 mi
34.
Continue onto Etherley Bank (A68)
0.9 mi
35.
Continue onto South Road (A68)
0.5 mi
36.
Turn left onto A68
5.6 mi
37.
Enter Harperley Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A68
228 ft
38.
Exit the roundabout onto A68
2.5 mi
39.
Turn right onto High Street (A68)
0.2 mi
40.
Continue onto Castle Bank (A68)
895 ft
41.
Turn left onto Dan's Castle (A68)
0.3 mi
42.
Continue onto North Road (A68)
6.8 mi
43.
Continue onto Front Street (A68)
1218 ft
44.
Continue onto Allensford Bank (A68)
9.8 mi
45.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A68
300 ft
46.
Exit the roundabout onto A68
1.4 mi
47.
Enter Styford Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A69
170 ft
48.
Exit the roundabout onto A69
2.5 mi
49.
Take the ramp on the left
0.3 mi
50.
Enter Stagshaw Road Interchange and take the 3rd exit onto A68
377 ft
51.
Exit the roundabout onto A68
2.1 mi
52.
Make a slight left onto A68
185 ft
53.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A68
214 ft
54.
Exit the roundabout onto A68
19.3 mi
55.
Take the ramp on the left onto A68
28.8 mi
56.
Keep right onto A68
5.6 mi
57.
Enter Ravenswood Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A68
228 ft
58.
Exit the roundabout onto A68
3 mi
59.
Continue onto Thorn Street (A68)
405 ft
60.
Continue onto Lauder Road (A68)
6.6 mi
61.
Continue onto Mid Row (A68)
759 ft
62.
Continue onto West High Street (A68)
1112 ft
63.
Continue onto Edinburgh Road (A68)
3.7 mi
64.
Enter Carfraemill Roundabout and take the 1st exit onto A68
202 ft
65.
Exit the roundabout onto A68
15.7 mi
66.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit
51 ft
67.
Exit the roundabout
0.3 mi
68.
Merge right onto City of Edinburgh Bypass (A720)
1.1 mi
69.
Enter Sherrifhall Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto City of Edinburgh Bypass (A720)
269 ft
70.
Exit the roundabout onto City of Edinburgh Bypass (A720)
8.9 mi
71.
Take the ramp on the left towards A71
1092 ft
72.
Keep right onto A71
210 ft
73.
Take the ramp on the left onto A720
1025 ft
74.
Keep left towards M8
535 ft
75.
Continue towards M8
3.3 mi
76.
Take the ramp on the left towards M9
1.2 mi
77.
Continue onto M9
1.6 mi
78.
Take exit 1A on the left towards M90: Dundee
3.2 mi
79.
Merge left onto A90
1.1 mi
80.
Continue onto M90
6.6 mi
81.
Keep left towards A92: Glenrothes
1.5 mi
82.
Continue onto A92
10.3 mi
83.
Enter Redhouse Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto A921
370 ft
84.
Exit the roundabout onto A921
0.6 mi
85.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Rosslyn Street (A921)
312 ft
86.
Exit the roundabout onto Rosslyn Street (A921)
1147 ft
87.
Turn left onto Windmill Road (B928)
0.6 mi
88.
Turn left onto Townhead (A955)
157 ft
89.
Continue onto Normand Road (A955)
388 ft
90.
You have arrived at your destination, on the left
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How much is the expense of driving from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart?

The expense of driving from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart using petrol amounts to £71.4. This computation is based on a petrol price of 143 pence per liter and a car's fuel efficiency of 37.5 miles per gallon. For those considering carpooling arrangements, the cost per passenger decreases with more occupants. With two passengers, the cost per person is £35.7 (£71.4 divided by 2). With three passengers, it's approximately £23.8 per person (£71.4 divided by 3), and with four passengers, it's £17.85 per person (£71.4 divided by 4).

To delve deeper into the calculations, we can explore the fuel cost calculation. This is determined by the distance traveled and the car's fuel consumption rate. For this journey, approximately 49.9 liters of fuel would be required. Multiplying this by the petrol price per liter results in the total fuel cost of £71.4 for the trip from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart.
 

 

One thing that can affect fuel consumption is the condition of the road for the following reasons:

  1. Surface Roughness: Rough road surfaces, such as those with potholes, cracks, or uneven pavement, can increase rolling resistance. This means the tires have to work harder to maintain speed, leading to higher fuel consumption.

  2. Friction: Poor road conditions can also increase friction between the tires and the road surface. This friction creates drag, which requires the engine to work harder to overcome. As a result, fuel consumption can increase, especially at higher speeds.

  3. Traffic Congestion: Roads with heavy traffic congestion often involve frequent stops and starts, as well as idling in traffic queues. This constant acceleration and deceleration can lead to increased fuel consumption compared to driving on open, free-flowing roads.

  4. Elevation Changes: Roads with steep inclines or declines can affect fuel consumption, especially for vehicles with less powerful engines. Climbing uphill requires more power from the engine and thus more fuel, while descending downhill may require additional braking and fuel to maintain control.

  5. Weather Conditions: Adverse weather conditions such as rain, snow, or ice can affect road traction and vehicle stability. Drivers may need to adjust their speed and driving behavior, which can impact fuel consumption.

  6. Surface Quality: Smooth road surfaces with good pavement quality generally result in lower fuel consumption compared to rough or poorly maintained roads. This is because smooth roads reduce rolling resistance and allow for more efficient vehicle operation.

Overall, road conditions play a significant role in determining fuel consumption, and drivers may experience variations in fuel efficiency depending on the condition of the roads they are driving on.


Diesel cost from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 45.1 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 22.55 £ (45.1/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 15.03 £ (45.1/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 11.28 £ (45.1/4) /p.


Alternative routes from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart

The most time-consuming route from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart spans a distance of 445.86 miles and requires a travel time of 7 hours and 32 minutes.


Which is the cheapest route from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart by car?

The cheapest route from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart is the first suggested route (412mi, 7h 26min) and costs 71.4 £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The most expensive route from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart is the second suggested route (446mi, 7h 32min) and costs 77.3 £.

For greater safety, the driver should choose the route that passes through the highway (median barrier) and not through smaller roads (curves in the road, bad road conditions, no median barrier).


How to get from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart?

There are two suggested routes. The fastest route is 412mi (distance from Havering to Kirkcaldy and Dysart) and its duration is 7h 26min. The slowest route is 446mi, and its duration is 7h 32min.

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Where is Havering located?

Havering is located in Greater London county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 30 meters above sea level. Havering has coordinates 51.5779240o,0.2120829o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Havering from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.


What is the location of Kirkcaldy and Dysart?

Kirkcaldy and Dysart is located in Fife county and in Scotland. It is situated at an altitude of 49 meters above sea level. Kirkcaldy and Dysart has coordinates 56.1279110o,-3.1229330o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Kirkcaldy and Dysart from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.