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Does it have a vibration when idleing? If it has both, it is most likely the motor mounts. Either way it is a very easy thing to do. Make sure the car is in Park with the e-brake set. Pop the hood and have someone press the accelerator pedal, does the whole engine move (usually in a tilting motion)? If so the motor mounts may be bad.
If you have a bad wheel bearing then you will have a vibration that you will notice. If that is the case then you have a bad wheel bearing.
If you had a hole in your muffler it would be loud all the time and be even louder upon acceleration. You could check this first by getting under your car while its running and see if exhaust is coming out where it shouldn't be.
Try this . Find an empty stretch of road . Accelerate teh vehicle to 30 mph ,while you switch the transmission INTO NEUTRAL, making sure there are no other vehicles in or behind your path. Listen and feel for your problem. Still feel it ? I would raise the vehicle in the air, and inspect ALL 4 TIRES for OUT OF ROUNDNESS. Cupping will not only cause a vibration, but also a noise. Hope this helps.