Death Stranding: How to repair and fix vehicles - garage guide
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Death Stranding is a genuinely awesome game because it allows you to experience a very different type of gameplay than you're used to, especially in today's games.
One of the main ways of transport in Death Stranding is on foot. However, there will be times where this will be pretty much impossible. This means that if you want to navigate around, you will have to use some sort of vehicle. In fact, one of the very first vehicles that you will come across is called Reverse Trike, and it resembles a lot the first vehicle that you see in the game.
Unfortunately, every single method of transportation, outside your feet needs some sort of repairs. This is where this guide comes in because many players still have no idea how to do it.
Let's take a more in-depth look and see how can you actually repair your vehicles whenever it's needed in Death Stranding.
How can you repair your vehicles in Death Stranding
So, the first step that you need to take towards fixing your ride is to go to the distribution center and find a garage. Once you see this place, you need to park your vehicle inside the big elevator that you will find there. Once you do this, you have two options to choose from - either send the car to the garage, or you can just enter your private room.
If you go with option one, you need to get off your vehicle and then go to the delivery terminal. From there, click on Garage and then select the option to Store your vehicle. By doing this, you can immediately repair your vehicle and your good to go.
On the other hand, if you choose to enter the private room, you can stay close to your vehicle and wait until it's been fixed. Regardless of what you want, you will be ready in just a matter of seconds.
The good thing is that you can do this with every single vehicle in the game. However, it's better to be more careful so that you don't have to repair it in the first place. Of course, sometimes it's pretty hard to avoid the incoming damage, so it's better if you know how to deal with it.