I have a function,

v[t] = E^(t (Quantity[-0.2, 1/("Seconds")])) (Quantity[-49.`, ("Meters")/( "Seconds")]) + t (Quantity[0, ("Meters")/("Seconds")^2]) +Quantity[49, ("Meters")/("Seconds")]

and I want to plot this function in the same plot as the line t = 49.

This works, and plots v[ t] by itself:

Plot[Evaluate[v[t]], {t, Quantity[0, "Seconds"], Quantity[30, "Seconds"]}, PlotRange -> {0, 50}]

But if I add t = 49 to it, like this, than v does not plot and I can only see the line at t = 49:

Plot[{Evaluate[v[t]], 49}, {t, Quantity[0, "Seconds"], Quantity[30, "Seconds"]}, PlotRange -> {0, 50}]

If I take out the 49, like so, I get a blank graph:

Plot[{Evaluate[v[t]]}, {t, Quantity[0, "Seconds"], Quantity[30, "Seconds"]}, PlotRange -> {0, 50}]

So for some reason v[ t] plots fine on its own but not when it is part of a list of functions enclosed by curly braces, even if it is the only function in the list. What could be the cause of this? Is there any other way I can get these two functions in the same plot together?