In a front wheel drive car the friction acting on front wheel is in forward direction (say F1) and friction acting on rear wheel is backwards (say F2). So if the car accelerates forward F1> F2. Since static friction is acting in both cases if the mass of the car is equally distributed among front wheel and rear wheels the normal reaction would be same and so F1=F2. So in such a case how does the car accelerate?
Sorry if this is a stupid question. I am having trouble understanding the physics in front wheel drive cars and rear wheels drive cars. Hope my question is clear.