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 Why are most police cars rear-wheel drive?

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The Advantages of Rear-Wheel-Drive Cars?

Rear-wheel drive means that a car's engine powers only the rear wheels of the car, via the rear axle, while the front wheels steer the car. Car manufacturers have used both configurations over the ... Read More »
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90's police show where police use cars and money they confiscate from criminals All undercover police drive nice cars taken from criminals?

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Is the 2003 Toyota Matrix XRS front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive?

The 2003 Toyota Matrix XRS is a front-wheel drive vehicle. This means it has a transversely-mounted engine and the front wheels "pull" the vehicle, rather than the rear wheels "pushing" it. In the ... Read More »
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Front Wheel Drive vs. Rear Wheel Drive Advantages?

Manufacturers, mechanics, car enthusiasts, and consumers, have long debated the rear-wheel drive versus front-wheel drive issue. Determining which vehicles tend to handle better, and which are safe... Read More »
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