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Create a class named Vehicle that acts as a superclass for vehicle types.
Create a class named Vehicle that acts as a superclass for vehicle types. The Vehicle class contains private variables for the number of wheels and the average number of miles per gallon. The Vehicle class also contains a constructor with integer arguments for the number of wheels and average miles per gallon, and a toString() method that returns a String containing these values. Create two subclasses, Car and MotorCycle, that extend the Vehicle class. Each subclass contains a constructor that accepts the miles-per-gallon value as an argument and forces the number of wheels to the appropriate value—2 for a MotorCycle and 4 for a Car. Write a UseVehicle class to instantiate the two Vehicle objects and display the objects’ values. Save the files as Vehicle.java, Car.java, MotorCycle.java, and UseVehicle.java