Radial acceleration..., Physics

So I have a question here and I am totally lost: A car starts from rest and accelerates at a constant rate of 1.1 m/s2. If the radius of the car wheels is 29.0 cm, and the final angular speed of the car wheel is 48.0 rad/s, what distance (in m) does the car travel?
(Hint: If you''re unsure where to start, think about how you would find the final speed of the car first.)
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