When it comes to motion, it can be confusing to understand the average speed vs average velocity difference.
A non-uniform motion is a motion during which an object covers an unequal distance in an equal time interval.
Some of the non-uniform motion examples in daily life are given below.
The Position-time graph for uniform motion is a straight line inclined to the time axis.
If the acceleration is zero, then the velocity-time graph is a horizontal line (i.e., the slope is zero)
If we draw a distance-time graph for uniform motion, then it will be a straight line.
When a body travels in a straight line and covers equal distances in equal intervals of time, it is in uniform motion.
Some of the uniform motion examples in real life are given below.