Q: Q: What could it be?

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Whenever I'm driving after some time I begin hearing a noise coming from the right side of the car. It's sounds like it's the wheel because is gets faster as I accelerate and slows as I slow down. There is no noise when the car is still. The noise Basically sounds like a knocking. It would be great if you can help.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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