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Asked by Jan 05, 2009 at 05:10 PM

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how many wheels have a car ?

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5 including the spare. Trick question?

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four, if you're talking 3 wheeled trucks. 7 if we're talking dually pickups 3 if we're talking Half-Tracks

car wise 4 and up. the worlds longest limo has so many wheels youll have to run from the front to the back to count them. it takes 3 drivers to drive it. by the way its a towncar.

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