How Many Axles does a Standard Automobile have?

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A standard automobile has a total of two axles. The first axle is located with the front of the tires and the second axle is located with the back tires.
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A standard automobile has two axles. One axle for the front tires and one axle for the back tires. Each axle is made up of two metal shafts. Four metal shafts makes two complete axles.
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