tangential and centripetal acceleration explanation

A car is up on a hydraulic lift at a garage. The wheels are free to rotate, and the drivewheels are rotating with a constance angular velocity.

Does a point on the rim of the wheel have:

tangential velocity,

tangential acceleration,

and centripetal acceleration?

need a summary of what is really going on in this situation.

i know the tangential velocity is the measure of the tangetial speed.

also, the centripetal acceleration is when there is a change in direction.

thanks for any further help.