Teaser 2940: Getting there in the end

From The Sunday Times, 27th January 2019 [link]

A tractor is ploughing a furrow in a straight line. It starts from rest and accelerates at a constant rate, taking a two-digit number of minutes to reach its maximum speed of a two-digit number of metres per minute. It has, so far, covered a three-digit number of metres. It now maintains that maximum speed for a further single-digit number of minutes and covers a further two-digit number of metres. It then decelerates to rest at the same rate as the acceleration. I have thus far mentioned ten digits and all of them are different.

What is the total distance covered?

As stated this puzzle does not have a unique solution.

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