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How To Repair Rust Vehicles In Death Stranding

How To Repair Rust Vehicles In Death Stranding
Charging vehicles and repairing vehicles are two different things. In this guide we tell you How To Repair Rust Vehicles In Death Stranding as each vehicle has different durability types that you need to worry about. Ignore any one particular type, and you may be left stranded without any wheels.

Repairing your vehicle or removing its Rust is done much in the same way as storing vehicles in Death Stranding. As you drive a vehicle it can take damage, run out of battery, or begin to rust from the Timefall rain. Letting any of these issues occur for too long can result in your vehicle breaking down.

How To Repair Rust Vehicles In Death Stranding

The only way to repair your vehicle and remove the rust is to store the vehicle. You cannot repair a vehicles rust damage using a Generator or Repair Spray. Drive to any location with a working garage and park on the area you use to visit your Private Room, the small circular platform that descends into the complex.

Then activate the nearby Terminal and use the Garage to store your vehicle. This fully repairs the vehicle. Any cargo at the time of storage is moved into a Private Locker at the same location.

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