Driver: Parallel Lines
Body Snatcher mode: Reach 666 miles on your odometer. Melee attack a pedestrian or policeman to play as him or her. Far Out mode: Reach 900 miles on your odometer. This mode enables a psychedelic effect. Night Night mode: Reach 700 miles on your odometer. This mode makes it night always. Shortest Day mode: Reach 800 miles on your odometer. This mode makes a day last only 24 seconds. Then & Now (Era) Change option: Successfully complete the game. Atlus Racer: Successfully complete the game. Negotiator Vehicle: Successfully complete the game. Ram Raider: Successfully complete the game. Free garage: Reach a total of $99,999. Free vehicle upgrades: Collect 50 Star tokens in the 1978 Era or 2006 Era. Double V-edit car durability: Collect 40 Star tokens in the 1978 Era or 2006 Era. Double ammo capacity: Collect 30 Star tokens in the 1978 Era or 2006 Era. Double nitro: Collect 20 Star tokens in the 1978 Era or 2006 Era. +50 Health: Collect 10 Star tokens in the 1978 Era or 2006 Era. Hint: Customize car: In the 1977 Era, go out of your safe house, then turn right. Then keep on straight until you find an alley way. In it you can find a place where you can customize your car with new wheels, body kit, side skirts, front, bumper, etc. Note: It is not available in the 2006 Era. To customize your cars for less, successfully complete the game then choose the car or bike store at Rays. If it is for the 2006 era go to the 1977 era then customize it for ten times less money. Prison Transport Bus: During the Jail Break mission, you must drive a prison transport to the prison. When you get there, a gate will open Stop in the way of the gate so that it cannot close, and do not completely enter. There should be a gray school bus to your left marked "Prison Transport System" on the side. Get into it, drive to the garage, and store it. Quickly get back to the prison and into the transport. The mission will continue as usual, but you ,ust break through the rest of the three gates yourself. They are easy to break; just drive through them. Note: This vehicle is only available once. Get car on flatbed: Find a ramp near Hunts Point. Park the flatbed next to the high side of the ramp. Then find a car from the road and drive it off the ramp onto the flatbed. Note: Sometimes you will not be able to get out of the car. Anthony Jr.. Easy money: Win a circuit race without hitting the wall or the other racers to earn a $10,000 clean driver bonus. On your third mission where Ray asks you to collect $1,500 and deliver the money to his Auto Shop in La Guardia, enter the La Guardia Circuit Race. Win first place under any difficulty setting. Upon completion of the race, the Circuit will close and you will not be able to race again. Save the game (provided that the autosave feature is turned off) and restart the mission. The La Guardia Circuit Race will then be re-opened, but you will retain the money you won from the last race. Repeat this to continue earning as much money as desired. Once you have the money you need, return to Ray's Auto Shop and to the green marker to make upgrades to your cars. This makes it easier to win the La Guardia Races. To complete the mission and continue the game, have at least $1,500 and go to the yellow marker at Ray's Auto Shop at the start of the mission. Weapons: Complete the indicated mission to unlock the corresponding weapon. Aust PUP: Gauntlet mission Blaine: Home Wrecker mission F70: Tailgate mission Gangster: Tailgate mission Grenade Launcher: Kidnap mission L15: Jail Break mission RPG: Shell Shock mission Service 9: Last Chance mission SF10: Guardian Angel mission Car list: Commercial Boldius Bus Courier Delivery Van Dolva Dolva Flatbed Dozer Firetruck Negotiator (complete the game) Paramedic Prison Van Refuse Truck Saxon School Bus SWAT Van Utility Boltus Indiana Land Roamer Montara Olympic Olympic Punk Pimp Wagon Security Van Woody Wrecker Muscle Andec Andec Punk Brooklyn Brooklyn Punk Cerrano Cerrano Punk Cerva Cerva Punk Hot Rod (win the Driver GP Long Island Race in 2006) 4 Door Sedan Atlus Chauffeur Colonna M700 Meat Wagon Pangea Prestige Regina Schweizer Torrex Torrex Turbo Wayfarer Wayfarer Turbo Zartex 2 Door Sedan Fairview Grand Valley Kramer Miyagi Namorra Rhapsody Rosalita Teramo The Mexican's Ride Sports Bonsai MX2000 Melizzano Ram Raider (complete the game) Raven Racer (win the Driver GP Long Island Race in 1978) San Marino San Marino Spyder Zenda Motorcycles Antilli VO3 Antilli VO3 Special Chopper Mutsumi 1000R Wingar Yamashita 900 Race Andec Racer (win the Jersey Racetrack race in 1978 in first place under the hard difficulty) Atlus Racer (successfully complete the game) Bonsai Racer (win the La Guardia in 1978 race in first place under the medium difficulty) Brooklyn Racer (win the Jersey Racetrack race in 1978 in first place under the medium difficulty) BX-9 Racer (win the Hunt's Point race in 2006 in first place under the medium difficulty) Cerrano Racer (complete the "Circuit Breaker" mission) Cerva Racer (win the Hunt's Point race in 1978 in first place under the medium difficulty) Colonna Racer (win the Jersey Racetrack race in 2006 in first place under the medium difficulty) Kramer Racer (win the Hunt's Point in 2006 race in first place under the hard difficulty) MX2000 Racer (win the La Guardia race in 2006 in first place under the medium difficulty) Melizzano Racer (win the La Guardia race in 1978 in first place under the hard difficulty) Prestige Racer (win the Jersey Racetrack race in 2006 in first place under the hard difficulty) Raven Racer Regina Racer San Marino Racer (win the Hunts Point race in 1978 in first place under the hard difficulty) San Marino Spyder Racer (win the Driver GP Manhattan Race in 1978) Schweizer Racer Teramo Racer Torrex Racer (win the Driver GP Manhattan Race in 2006) Zenda Racer (win the La Guardia race in 2006 in first place under the hard difficulty) Real car names: Most of the cars in the game are based on actual vehicles. The following is a list of the cars in the game from both eras and the name of their closest real-life counterpart. Note: All race cars in the game are modified versions of the standard models they are based on, and may not have a real-life counterpart. 70's Era 4-Door Sedan Regina: Chevrolet Caprice Classic or 76' Oldmobile Delta 88 Royale Pangea: Pontiac Bonneville Wagon Chauffeur: Lincoln Continental Limousine Zartex: Dodge 440 Police 70's Era 2-Door Rosalita: 74' Oldsmobile Delta 88 Fairwiew: Lincoln Towncar Rhapsody: AMC Gremlin or Honda Civic Hatchback Grand Valley: Chevy Bel Air 70's Era Muscle Cerrano: 1970 Ford Mustang GT500 Brooklyn: Ford Mustang GT350 Cerva: 76' Chevrolet Monte Carlo Andec: Dodge Charger or 1967 Buick Skylark 70's Era Sports Melizzano: Lamborgini Muira Bonsai: 70' Nissan Skyline Raven: Lotus Esprit or Vector W12 San Marino: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Hot Rod: Ford Lowboy 70's Era Utility Land Roamer: Ford Bronco Boltus: Ford F150 Woody: 55' Ford 150 70's Era Commercial Courier: UPS truck Delivery Van: Ford Econoline 350 City Bus: International Blue Bird Tow Truck: Ford F-350 Boldius: Peterbuilt Cab 2006 Era 4-Door Sedan Torrex: Ford Crown Victoria Colonna: Honda Accord Prestige: Chrysler Sebring or Dodge Intrepid Atlas: Chrysler 300C 2006 Era 2-Door Sedan Krammer: Dodge Neon Miyagi: Ford Focus 2006 Era Sports Teramo: Dodge Viper GTS-R or TVR Tuscan Speed-6 BX-9: Aston Martin DB9 Coupe MX 2000: Nissan RX-7 Zenda: Bugatti Veyron 2006 Era Motorcycle Antilli VO3: Ducati Supersport 1000DS 2006 Era Utility Olympic: Chevy Suburban Montara: Cadillac Escalade Indiana: Lexus RX300 or Volkswagen Touareg 2006 Era Commercial Saxon: Frieghtliner C120 School Bus: International Bluebird Refuse Truck: MACK truck Negotiator: APC Driver references: Driver posters are visible on the walls of the 1978 safe house. Graffiti reading "Tanner Lives" can be seen on the walls of the 2006 safe house. Driver strategy guides are found on a magazine rack in police headquarters. If you look closely at some cars, you will notice they are exact replicas to some cars around the city in the original Driver. Every traffic car from the first installment of Driver is here, since both games are set in the 1970's. DRIV3R reference: Go outside the building where you got shot by the corrupt policeman in the "Kidnap" mission in the 1978 Era. Use a gun to zoom in on the contents of the yellow dumpsters to thrown away copies of DRIV3R. Stuntman reference: Stuntman posters are visible on the walls of the 1978 safe house. Programmer references: Look on the newspapers blowing around the streets, taxi signs, the safe house dart board, and the safe house refrigerator door to see photos of the development team. The Reflections logo can be seen as graffiti on some walls. The Atari logo can be seen on a neon signs at Times Square.
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