City Car Driving 1.2.2 Serial Key
I have small question…
I have an untrustworthy car pack and I’m going to install it on my other one with my custom OS. Will that work with my cars or is it only for new cars?
Thanks in advance
It will work on all cars created before that update.
There is no way to create a save file.
Your only option is to restore your save from earlier.
if you have saved before the update, your save file will be kept in the cars folder.
But I’m going to install it on my other one with my custom OS. Will that work with my cars or is it only for new cars?
And about your question, I’m not sure about the location of your cars save file, so if you want to restore it, it will work.
If you do install some custom cars, make sure to save and restore your cars for sure.
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