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Basically you have two unknowns, so you need two equations in order to answer.

So let T be the number of trucks (with 6 wheels), and C be the number of cars (with 4 wheels)

C + T = 32

(total number of vehicles is 32)

AND
6T + 4C = 148 (the total number of tires ruined is 148, 6 per truck and 4 per car)

That would mean there are 32 - 8 cars, which is 24 cars.

ooops, sorry , 4*32 = 128, copied it over wrong in step (4)

4. 6T + 4C = 148
- 4T + 4C = 128
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2T = 20
T = 10

there we go, got kicked out, and there are 32 - 10 cars