The definition of 'Uniform motion' in a straight line says that the body covering equal distances in equal intervals of time is to be understood to be in uniform motion. However, can the speed vary within a given interval and still covering the same distance as for any other interval?
e.g. A car travels 10 m in every 4 seconds. In the first 10 m , it covers the first 5 m at a slower speed and the rest 5 m at a faster speed; still being able to cover 10 m in 4 seconds. Is the car executing uniform motion?