As a player in a post-apocalyptic world, one of the most valuable resources you can come across is a functioning car. Not only will it allow you to travel faster and more efficiently, but it can also provide a sense of security and protection. However, before you can hit the road, you’ll need to find the keys to the car.
First, check the ground in parking lots near the vehicle. Car keys can often be found here, but be sure to keep an eye out for zombies or other dangers as you search. If you’re not having any luck in parking lots, try searching nearby houses for storage containers, as keys may be hidden inside. Another possible location to find car keys is on the body of a zombie nearby.
Once you’ve found the keys, it’s important to make sure you’re using the right one. Keys and car keys are different, so be sure to check that the key you have is labeled with the car’s name. If you have the key for the vehicle, a key icon will appear over your character if they are close enough to the car. Make sure the key is in your main inventory or key ring, and not in a bag, as you won’t be able to start the car if it’s stored in the wrong place.
To access and drive the vehicle, press the E key or use the vehicle control with the V key. Once you’re in the car, you can either just press W or click on the ignition switch and then press W to insert the keys and start the car.
If the driver door lock is broken, you can still get into the passenger side of the car by pressing down the “Z” key and switching seats.
If you’re having trouble starting your car, there are a few things you can check. First, make sure you’re using the right key and that it’s in your main inventory or key ring. If the key is in the right place and you’re still having trouble starting the car, it could be because there is no gas or the engine is damaged/broken. Gas can be taken from a gas station by having an empty jerry can in your inventory and clicking on the gas pump. If the engine is damaged, it will need to be repaired by a mechanic.
If the player starts a game through Sandbox mode, they can change values for various aspects of using the car, such as how much gasoline is used, the condition of the cars, how much gas they have, where the keys are stored, and how often there are keys.
To check the condition of the car, stand in front of the hood and interact with the car (default key: E). The more damage the engine has sustained, the harder it will be for the car to start. The “Vehicle Mechanics” screen in the game provides an overview of the condition of the player’s car. It shows the car’s model, type, overall condition, and a “macro” score that adds up various stats like engine power, weight, and gas tank size.
In addition to car keys, there are four different types of keys in the game which serve different purposes. The first type of key is an inventory key which allows players to access their inventory. The second type of key is a right-click key which allows players to right-click on an object and select an action. The third type of key is a car key which allows players to start a car. The fourth type of key is a house key which allows players to enter a house.
Overall, this guide provides players with all the information they need to effectively use car keys in the game. With the knowledge of where to look for car keys, how to use them, and how to troubleshoot any issues that may arise, players will be able to navigate the post-apocalyptic world with ease and efficiency. Remember, always keep an eye out for keys in parking lots, storage containers, and on the bodies of zombies. Be sure to use the right key for the car, and check that it’s in your main inventory or key ring before attempting to start the car. If the car won’t start, check for gas and engine damage, and if necessary, fill up on gas and take the car to a mechanic for repairs. And don’t forget to check the condition of the car by interacting with the hood. With these tips in mind, you’ll be able to hit the road and explore the world in no time.