The number of wheels is variable according to the lorries size and the load it is able to carry. For instance, a small lorry, used for light loads, may have four wheels (as does a car), or dual-wheels on the rear axle and single wheels on the front. Larger, rigid lorries, and articulated lorries, especially, may have more than one set of rear dual-wheels.
Can be anything from 6 to 18.
A car, lorry or a van.
An Arctic lorry has the most wheels. An "eighteen wheeler" or "semi" has eighteen wheels, including the trailer.
The word lorry has two syllables. (Lor-ry)
What kind of bloody question is that, but I will answer it for you anyway.... It all depends on the size of the lorry
Red Lorry Yellow Lorry was created in 1981.
1. the lorry's 2. of the lorry
If you have enough people, you could lift it manually. For lifting wheels, though, a jack is more common.
maximum gross weight for a lorry in the uk is 44 tonnes (44 000 kg)
What is the opposite of lorry