Day R Survival Motorcycle Guide

In a post-apocalyptic world where you are one of the very few humans left, you are going to need a means of transportation, and so we deliver to you the Day R Survival Motorcycle Guide to show you how to get a motorcycle and everything else you need to know about it.

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First things first, we’re going to elaborate on how you can obtain one, but also everything that you need in order to keep it running. So let’s not waste another second and get started with our Day R Survival motorcycle guide.

What is the motorcycle good for?

In order to reach survivor camps fast and basically move around quicker than on foot, you are going to need a means of transportation. There are a few, but the motorcycle is one of the best ones available.

You will need a few items in order to obtain a motorcycle, and also you’re going to need fuel to power it up. It’s a cost-efficient vehicle, but also one that will take you anywhere you want to go.

Where do I get a motorcycle from?

To answer this question, it’s not going to be hard. You can get a motorcycle from several places actually, from survivor camps to gas stations and roads. Basically, you can loot your way to a motorcycle, but you can also buy spare parts.

If you are well on the money part, however, you can buy the whole motorcycle without having to make it from scrap. By visiting the in-game store you can purchase a fully functional motorcycle for 5000 coins.

Assembling the motorcycle

If you didn’t opt for the latter, you can obtain a motorcycle by gathering all of the following items:

– Broken Motorcycle: can be obtained by looting the car workshop, garages, from roads and gas stations.

– Motorcycle Spare Parts: can be obtained from looting the broken motorcycles, car workshops and garages, or from disassembling broken motorcycles. Another way is by trading 10 Steel for 1 Motorcycle Spare Part in the Chelyabinsk Survivor Camp.

– Spark Plug: can be obtained by looting car workshops.

– Machine Oil: can be obtained by looting garages or car workshops, but also by disassembling other vehicles (not the Bicycle)

– Insulating Tape: can be obtained by looting several places, from ruins to garages, stores, houses and many more. Very easy to find. (and you probably have some by now)

– Rubber Parts: can be obtained from several places, mainly garages and workshops. Easy lootable material.

These are all the materials needed to craft one motorcycle, or rather to repair a motorcycle and make it usable. Another thing you will need to have with you to assemble them are the Tools. So don’t forget to bring them with and have them in your bag.

Get some fuel

No vehicle works without fuel, so you are going to need some in order to make this one work. It is not such an easy resource to obtain, so whenever you run into some make sure you gather all you can.

You can get this by searching the roads for abandoned vehicles as well as by looting garages, workshops and whatnot. It’s important that if you leave the extra fuel behind, you know where to pick it up from the next time you go visit that area.

Keep the motorcycle repaired

You’re also going to need some mechanic skills to do this. Well, IRL you do at least. The things you will need to maintain the moto running and rocking are the Tools (the ones you used to craft it with) as well as some other Motorcycle spare parts, machine oil, insulating tape, wire and tires.

These are all materials you can obtain from looting gas stations and workshops, or even roads sometimes. However, once you’ve looted a place once, that location won’t refresh so you will always have to go check for a new one. But just keep this maintained, and you’re good to go.

Thus being said, these are all the things listed in our Day R Survival Motorcycle Guide. This is everything that you need to know about this type of vehicle, and all the other mechanical stuff that you need in order to keep it running. If you have a motorcycle and know other cool stuff about it that we haven’t mentioned, leave a comment down below telling us what it is!

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Cristina Mesesan
I have been playing games ever since I can remember. My passion for video games and especially pixel graphic games must have started back when I was little, because every time I try a new game with pixel graphics I immediately fall addicted to it! I started writing about mobile games in November 2018, focusing on creating in-depth guides for the most popular titles out there. Other than games, I am also passionate about design, and working on my very own pixel game in my free time.

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