How to add vehicles to your garage in Saints Row

Saints Row is similar to Grand Theft Auto in many ways. You can run around the city destroying anything you want and doing jobs to earn money. When you’re not handling guns or finding cargo pallets of drugs on the street, you can relax in your apartment, where you can admire the one car you start with, taking up space in your garage. You might want to expand your car collection by adding more vehicles to it.

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Where to find vehicles to add to your garage in Saints Row

There are many different vehicles that you can find throughout Saints Row. You’ll have access to everything from off-road monster trucks and dune buggies to sleek convertibles and sports cars. To get more of these vehicles into your garage, you need to start carjacking.

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In order to steal a vehicle, you must first find a car that you like. There are many sports cars that you can find around your starting safehouse. Walk up to one you like and interact with it by pressing the Y button on Xbox, the triangle button on PS, and the E button on PC. This will initiate a brief interaction where your character jumps into the vehicle. If there was an NPC inside, they will probably start shooting at you.

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Drive the car back to your garage and it will automatically be added to your collection. In the garage screen you can change which car you are currently driving and which is your favorite. You will find more cars as you progress through the game, but we found that there is no limit to the cars you can get for your collection. How to add vehicles to your garage in Saints Row

Curtis Crabtree

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