What's the difference between front-wheel and rear-wheel drive?

What's the difference between front-wheel and rear-wheel drive?

Front-wheel drive is a transmission system that provides power to the front wheels of a vehicle. Rear-wheel drive, as the name suggests, provides power to the rear wheels.

 

Front-wheel drive vehicles have better traction - which tends to make your drive safer in poor conditions like snow and rain - because the weight of a vehicle's engine and transmission falls over the front wheels.

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