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American Gary Hatter took the world's longest lawnmower ride from May 31, 2000, to Feb. 14, 2001. How far did Hatter ride?

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Asked by sangeetha, 17 Apr '10 09:53 pm
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The longest journey on a lawnmower is 23,487.5 km (14,594.5 miles) in 260 consecutive days by America's Gary Hatter. Hatter started his drive through Portland, Maine, on May 31, 2000 and passed through all 48 continuous US states as well as Canada and Mexico before arriving in Daytona Beach, Florida, on February 14, 2001. (Source: Guinness World Records)
Answered by Anthony Fernandes, 18 Apr '10 02:07 pm

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