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wweraw526

I need some tips on while owning a vehicle warehouse

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wweraw526

What are the best strategies and things to avoid.

 

I haven't bought one yet but would like to see what I'm getting myself into so I can be ready to go when I do buy one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pedinhuh
Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, wweraw526 said:

What are the best strategies and things to avoid.

 

I haven't bought one yet but would like to see what I'm getting myself into so I can be ready to go when I do buy one.

 

 

Optional: Buy a Cargobob if you can, it will make you life while doing I/E way easier.

 

First things first: You gotta select a location to start your car theft ring, when sourcing cars you will be constantly followed and shot at by NPC enemies, each bullet hit will add about $500 worth of repair bill at the end of sourcing...So the quickest you get it done, the better it will be.

 

I personally recommend the cheapest warehouse available which is about 1.5M at La Mesa, right next to the freeways which is were you should be driving the most, don't bother with visual upgrades of the warehouse and neither bother with special vehicles for now - they both aren't worth anyway.

 

For most sourcing missions you will have NPCs come after you in cars and helicopters while you're driving the stolen cars, the higher value for each car is worth, the more enemies will come, and it's always better to park the car somewhere safe from stray bullets and kill the enemies on foot.

 

You should steal 10 low end cars, 10 mid range cars and 11 high end cars, then the next vehicle you will source is GUARANTEED TO be a high end vehicle which pays the most, make sure to never have more than 32 cars in your warehouse so it won't break this little exploit.

 

Payouts for High end cars is $100,000 - Minus a $20,000 fee for tuning the car before selling

 

Don't bother selling mid and low ranges, and don't bother selling to any other option that is not the "specialist buyer" option so this one pays you the most, it's just not worth the hassle. 

 

When you're going to sell a car, you can either take your chances with populated sessions and just deal with NPC traffic + the risk of players coming to screw you up, or do it in solo sessions where enemies NPCs will guarantee to spawn after you have drove a specific set distance from your warehouse and will shoot your car, on top of having to deal with distressed NPC traffic which can and eventually will crash into you...It's better to just park your car on somewhere safe away from the road and deal with the FOUR WAVES of enemies that comes in TWO CARS each, then drive carefully to the buyer and get paid $80k for your troubles.

 

 

There are also collections, these pay the "specialist buyer" reward without paying for the upgrades(in fact, you don't upgrade any of the cars you sell as collection) on top of a bonus for each driver in your organization...You can't sell collections without other players driving for you, and said players must be inside your warehouse before starting the sale.

 

Don't bother with collections for the time being since you're just starting now.

Edited by Pedinhuh

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AcidXRain73
4 minutes ago, Pedinhuh said:

I personally recommend the cheapest warehouse available which is about 1.5M at La Puerta, right next to the freeways which is were you should be driving the most, don't bother with visual upgrades of the warehouse and neither bother with special vehicles for now - they both aren't worth anyway.

 

La Puerta in my opinion is the best, but I think you mean La Mesa? La Puerta is 2.7M.

 

The worst is probably Elysium Island, especially when driving in and out. All kinds of turns and stuff sticking out to hit. If you die under the bridge fighting the npcs, seems like you got spawned in some weird place like on the bridge.

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Pedinhuh
16 minutes ago, AcidXRain73 said:

 

La Puerta in my opinion is the best, but I think you mean La Mesa? La Puerta is 2.7M.

 

The worst is probably Elysium Island, especially when driving in and out. All kinds of turns and stuff sticking out to hit. If you die under the bridge fighting the npcs, seems like you got spawned in some weird place like on the bridge.

I corrected it.

 

I own the Elysian Island warehouse, I don't deal with NPC traffic bullsh*t because I bring in my Cargobob(plenty of places to land) and it also have the best access to deliver vehicles by air, you can come at full speed to the corona. 

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tasic89
47 minutes ago, Pedinhuh said:

I corrected it.

 

I own the Elysian Island warehouse, I don't deal with NPC traffic bullsh*t because I bring in my Cargobob(plenty of places to land) and it also have the best access to deliver vehicles by air, you can come at full speed to the corona. 

Problem with Elysian Island is that if you want to sell cars with friends or randoms, it's disaster. I like Elysian because of that personal cargobob spawn, and close pegasus cargobob spawn. And yes, plenty space to pick up a car with cargobob, but... There is always that moment when I am passing La Puerta knowing I could save some time.

 

I don't like La Mesa, everybody have it, and import export business is good enough to give you money back "faster" that other businesses solo.

 

I would suggest investing in La Puerta. It's in middle of the map, so a lot of deliveries of high end cars will be 2 kms long. A lot of space to land your cargobob, close pegasus spawn, there is "underground" spawn for terrorbyte below bridge and very close to la puerta... it feels good. Also no obstacles for parking your car while driving... a lot of space. In long run, La Puerta is the best, don't go cheap just because it's cheap.

 

I would even go for Murrieta Heights before La Mesa (wait in front of La Mesa and steal someones car and park it in your Murrieta).

 

Davis is fine, but after like 100 deliveries, you will notice those narrow streets with a lot of traffic close to VW, so you will lose money "for nothing"... just because NPCs go crazy and they damage you almost just in front of the Davis VW entrance...

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AcidXRain73

I had Elysian Island first and I hated it, but I didn't have a cargo bob at the time so I can't speak to the landing. But it is nice to have the option to drive. At La Puerta, traffic density is lower than average and except for the last block, 4 lanes so it's easy to pass cars. Good point about the terrorbyte under the freeway, I spawn it there all the time.

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halapeno71

After purchasing the warehouse, do the following:

 

1) Hop on your second character (create one if you don't have one) and withdraw all of your money from the bank.

 

2) Get back on your main character.  You should now have no money.  Begin sourcing cars.  You needn't worry about damaging them because, since all of your money is on your other character, you won't be charged for repairs after getting the car to the warehouse.  This will be immensely helpful as you're getting a feel for the sourcing missions as it'll save you a lot of money.

 

3) Keep sourcing until you have 32 vehicles.  Your warehouse should be 80% full.

 

4) At this point, stop sourcing.  Select a top tier car to export.  I'd choose one that you're comfortable driving.  I always pick the 811 myself.

 

5) Export the car then return to your office and launch another sourcing mission.  You'll be sourcing the same vehicle you just exported.  Keep doing this-- alternating between sourcing and selling the same top tier vehicle.  Forever.

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wweraw526
Posted (edited)
13 hours ago, Pedinhuh said:

 

Optional: Buy a Cargobob if you can, it will make you life while doing I/E way easier.

 

First things first: You gotta select a location to start your car theft ring, when sourcing cars you will be constantly followed and shot at by NPC enemies, each bullet hit will add about $500 worth of repair bill at the end of sourcing...So the quickest you get it done, the better it will be.

 

I personally recommend the cheapest warehouse available which is about 1.5M at La Mesa, right next to the freeways which is were you should be driving the most, don't bother with visual upgrades of the warehouse and neither bother with special vehicles for now - they both aren't worth anyway.

 

For most sourcing missions you will have NPCs come after you in cars and helicopters while you're driving the stolen cars, the higher value for each car is worth, the more enemies will come, and it's always better to park the car somewhere safe from stray bullets and kill the enemies on foot.

 

You should steal 10 low end cars, 10 mid range cars and 11 high end cars, then the next vehicle you will source is GUARANTEED TO be a high end vehicle which pays the most, make sure to never have more than 32 cars in your warehouse so it won't break this little exploit.

 

Payouts for High end cars is $100,000 - Minus a $20,000 fee for tuning the car before selling

 

Don't bother selling mid and low ranges, and don't bother selling to any other option that is not the "specialist buyer" option so this one pays you the most, it's just not worth the hassle. 

 

When you're going to sell a car, you can either take your chances with populated sessions and just deal with NPC traffic + the risk of players coming to screw you up, or do it in solo sessions where enemies NPCs will guarantee to spawn after you have drove a specific set distance from your warehouse and will shoot your car, on top of having to deal with distressed NPC traffic which can and eventually will crash into you...It's better to just park your car on somewhere safe away from the road and deal with the FOUR WAVES of enemies that comes in TWO CARS each, then drive carefully to the buyer and get paid $80k for your troubles.

 

 

There are also collections, these pay the "specialist buyer" reward without paying for the upgrades(in fact, you don't upgrade any of the cars you sell as collection) on top of a bonus for each driver in your organization...You can't sell collections without other players driving for you, and said players must be inside your warehouse before starting the sale.

 

Don't bother with collections for the time being since you're just starting now.

Thanks for the tips, for now I'm just gonna get the cheapest one, I don't got much only 3.5 mil, I'll probably get the cargobob, a little later when I get more money for selling cars. 

 

I've done 2 deliveries so far, got a standard and mid range - Tampa - Export price is $15,000 and Ominus, $25.000, I didn't sell them though gonna wait until I get more cars I'm assuming that's how it should be done.  

 

 

 

8 hours ago, halapeno71 said:

After purchasing the warehouse, do the following:

 

1) Hop on your second character (create one if you don't have one) and withdraw all of your money from the bank.

 

2) Get back on your main character.  You should now have no money.  Begin sourcing cars.  You needn't worry about damaging them because, since all of your money is on your other character, you won't be charged for repairs after getting the car to the warehouse.  This will be immensely helpful as you're getting a feel for the sourcing missions as it'll save you a lot of money.

 

3) Keep sourcing until you have 32 vehicles.  Your warehouse should be 80% full.

 

4) At this point, stop sourcing.  Select a top tier car to export.  I'd choose one that you're comfortable driving.  I always pick the 811 myself.

 

5) Export the car then return to your office and launch another sourcing mission.  You'll be sourcing the same vehicle you just exported.  Keep doing this-- alternating between sourcing and selling the same top tier vehicle.  Forever.

I have a 2nd character but he's like on a very low level say like maybe 15 or 20, I don't really use that one , I like to use the female character that I have, I use that one alot. 

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halapeno71
29 minutes ago, wweraw526 said:

I have a 2nd character but he's like on a very low level say like maybe 15 or 20, I don't really use that one , I like to use the female character that I have, I use that one alot. 

I have a sinking feeling you didn't get what I said.

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AirWolf359
13 hours ago, wweraw526 said:

What are the best strategies and things to avoid.

 

12 hours ago, Pedinhuh said:

Don't bother with collections for the time being since you're just starting now.

Adding to this, if you ever start doing collections, only do those collections that consist of high-end cars only.

Only collections worth doing are: Roosevelt Valor + Z-type, and T20 + X80 Proto + Osiris

Don't save other high-end cars for collections with standard range cars in them, just sell the high-end car separately.

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wweraw526
Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, halapeno71 said:

I have a sinking feeling you didn't get what I said.

I think I know what your saying now since I re read on what you were trying saying, so withdraw all my money to my 2nd character and while its safe in that banking account, you make more on the first account and repeat the same process until you make a ton of money. That's actually not a bad idea.  

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halapeno71
5 minutes ago, wweraw526 said:

I think I know what your saying now since I re read on what you were trying saying, so withdraw all my money to my 2nd character and while its safe in that banking account, you make more on the first account and repeat the same process until you make a ton of money. That's actually not a bad idea.  

No, that's not remotely what I'm saying.

 

I'm saying you should store your money on your other character while you're still in the process of filling your warehouse.  Because if you damage a vehicle that you're sourcing, you'll have to pay for the repairs out of your own pocket.  But if you don't have enough money to cover the repair costs, the cars get repaired for free.

 

  

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wweraw526
10 minutes ago, halapeno71 said:

No, that's not remotely what I'm saying.

 

I'm saying you should store your money on your other character while you're still in the process of filling your warehouse.  Because if you damage a vehicle that you're sourcing, you'll have to pay for the repairs out of your own pocket.  But if you don't have enough money to cover the repair costs, the cars get repaired for free.

 

  

Ah ok I see now

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wweraw526
Posted (edited)
1 hour ago, halapeno71 said:

No, that's not remotely what I'm saying.

 

I'm saying you should store your money on your other character while you're still in the process of filling your warehouse.  Because if you damage a vehicle that you're sourcing, you'll have to pay for the repairs out of your own pocket.  But if you don't have enough money to cover the repair costs, the cars get repaired for free.

 

  

I did your idea with withdrawing the money to the 2nd character and just to say that's really helpful, I just did a racing mission to get a car delivery (Mid Range - Tropos Rallye), 7,050 worth of damage damn NPC's shooting at my car but dodged them easily though, There was two other people in lobby so I wanted to make this delivery quick as possible. Thanks

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halapeno71
4 minutes ago, wweraw526 said:

I did your idea with withdrawing the money to the 2nd character and just to say that's really helpful, I just did a racing mission to get a car delivery (Mid Range - Tropos Rallye), 7,050 worth of damage damn NPC's shooting at my car but dodged them easily though, There was two other people in lobby so I wanted to make this delivery quick as possible. Thanks

No problemo.

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size_m
20 hours ago, Pedinhuh said:

...

 

You should steal 10 low end cars, 10 mid range cars and 11 high end cars, then the next vehicle you will source is GUARANTEED TO be a high end vehicle which pays the most, make sure to never have more than 32 cars in your warehouse so it won't break this little exploit.

 

.....

i know this trick but i don't know what you mean by "so it won't break this little exploit".

as long as you have 10 low end cars and 10 mid range cars in your warehouse it doesn't matter how many of the high end cars you have to always get a high end car when sourcing.

why do you think no more than 12 high end cars?

i have like 14 high end cars in my warehouse and always get another high end car (which is the second version of one of the other high end cars).

 

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Pedinhuh
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9 minutes ago, size_m said:

i know this trick but i don't know what you mean by "so it won't break this little exploit".

as long as you have 10 low end cars and 10 mid range cars in your warehouse it doesn't matter how many of the high end cars you have to always get a high end car when sourcing.

why do you think no more than 12 high end cars?

i have like 14 high end cars in my warehouse and always get another high end car (which is the second version of one of the other high end cars).

 

Because it has been repeatedly said before on pretty much any I/E guide, and I verified myself that after 12 high-ends cars stored in the garage, the exploit breaks and whatever car you source next is not a guaranteed high-end anymore, it's back to be random chance.

 

Also because if you sum up all collection cars, you will have 32 different models of paint job and license plates, so naturally the game will start to not spawn high ends only because you have already spawned and stored all models(but not the ones with the right license plates) that would be necessary to complete all collections.

 

In fact, I'm not even sure if this can really be called an exploit because it seems clear to me that the game wants to make it easier for you to spawn collections.

 

Anyway, I'm not sure what's going on your game but that shouldn't be happening, but I guess you're lucky.

Edited by Pedinhuh

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size_m
Posted (edited)

ok, i will test it out a little further and see what i get.

but thanks for your reply and explanation.

 

edit: and also when i had 10 of the low and 10 of the mid range cars in my warehouse i only got high end cars.

that was way before i had 11 or 12 high end cars stored.

so in my own experience the only neccessity was to have 10 of the low and 10 of the mid range cars as the minimum for this trick to work.

but maybe i was just lucky.

 

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Cargobob, Cargobob, Cargobob.

 

If you have a hangar, turn it into a PV so that you can make an emergency changeover between Pegasus and Personal Vehicle if you start smoking and spluttering in the air. Enemies at the collection point deliberately hide behind the vehicle you're trying to collect so use your bullets sparingly or you'll cause a ton of damage before you even get in it.

 

Also, don't stop to clear enemies on the ground or in the air unless getting to the I/E vehicle demands it (obviously:blink:)If you have an Oppressor MKII, you can use the thrust to push 'Bomb Cars' out of garages without causing too much damage then hook them with the Cargobob. 

 

NB. use the thrust 'backwards', in case I wasn't clear enough. Don't just propel yourself into it lol) I haven't tried the Up'n'Atomiser as an alternative, perhaps someone here can give their verdict on its use in that situation. Hope that helps.

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Lonely-Martin

I've only ever had 10 low and 10 medium range vehicles stored. Always get a high end to source each time too. :)

 

(400 sales and not one low/medium yet, lol).

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Posted (edited)

Vehicle-Warehouse.jpg

 

50% done - 8 Top Range, 7 Mid Range and 5 Standard Range - 20 cars in all. Thanks to the lagged out lobby I had lol.

 

I got 2 Questions

 

1. Do the covers on the cars mean anything?

2. What if I get a duplicate of a car in that certain range, do I sell it right away?

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Posted (edited)
11 minutes ago, wweraw526 said:

1. Do the covers on the cars mean anything?

2. What if I get a duplicate of a car in that certain range, do I sell it right away?

1, the covers are to ease loading because if you fill the warehouse and all those cars with the upgrade/variable designs would hamper it. They have no effect in a negative way.

2, yes, I believe it's best. But could be wrong. I've got 10 different low and 10 different mid range and because of that, I never get anything other than high end cars to source/sell. :)

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I managed to fill my warehouse completely.

Of course I had the requisite standard and mid range cars first, then filled it up with top range cars.

It takes a while, but after you get 10 top range you'll get randoms, so just blow up the standard and mids and only bring top range cars back to the warehouse when they come up.

 

There's no benefit to doing this other than to be ready if they give us another bonus I/E week.

This way I don't have to source cars for a while as I unload the stored top ranges between other missions.

It'll just save time and be more efficient use of the bonus week time, since the sell missions are all pretty quick, and some of the source missions can take quite a while.

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17 hours ago, size_m said:

 

so in my own experience the only neccessity was to have 10 of the low and 10 of the mid range cars as the minimum for this trick to work.

but maybe i was just lucky.

 

 

That is. Beyond 80%(10/10/12) it gets random, you may get duplicatas of top range cars, or not. 

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On 3/6/2019 at 5:06 PM, halapeno71 said:

After purchasing the warehouse, do the following:

 

1) Hop on your second character (create one if you don't have one) and withdraw all of your money from the bank.

 

2) Get back on your main character.  You should now have no money.  Begin sourcing cars.  You needn't worry about damaging them because, since all of your money is on your other character, you won't be charged for repairs after getting the car to the warehouse.  This will be immensely helpful as you're getting a feel for the sourcing missions as it'll save you a lot of money.

 

3) Keep sourcing until you have 32 vehicles.  Your warehouse should be 80% full.

 

4) At this point, stop sourcing.  Select a top tier car to export.  I'd choose one that you're comfortable driving.  I always pick the 811 myself.

 

5) Export the car then return to your office and launch another sourcing mission.  You'll be sourcing the same vehicle you just exported.  Keep doing this-- alternating between sourcing and selling the same top tier vehicle.  Forever.

 

I wish I knew about this 2nd character trick a couple days ago!  I have about 8 more to source, so I will try this.  Thanks for sharing the idea.

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wweraw526
Posted (edited)

I got a question about after selling all my top range cars

 

Say I sold them all, could I just get as much as I want without breaking the exploit or do I still need to source 11 Top range cars at a time? 

Edited by wweraw526

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, wweraw526 said:

I got a question about after selling all my top range cars

 

Say I sold them all, could I just get as much as I want without breaking the exploit or do I still need to source 11 Top range cars at a time? 

Na, just source one then sell it, source then sell, and so on. Filling any cool down periods with VIP work or Terrorbyte missions. (Or other game modes/missions you like).

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7 hours ago, wweraw526 said:

I got a question about after selling all my top range cars

 

Say I sold them all, could I just get as much as I want without breaking the exploit or do I still need to source 11 Top range cars at a time? 

You'll only break the exploit by getting all the cars (10 low end, 10 mid range, and 12 high-end)
As long as you don't get more than 32 cars, you're good.

4 hours ago, Lonely-Martin said:

Na, just source one then sell it, source then sell, and so on. Filling any cool down periods with VIP work or Terrorbyte missions. (Or other game modes/missions you like).

Exactly, you don't need to hold on to high-end cars, unless you do collections or save them for import/export cash bonus weeks.

Personally, I sell all the high-end cars I like to drive, and keep the ones I don't like in my warehouse.

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14 hours ago, AirWolf359 said:

You'll only break the exploit by getting all the cars (10 low end, 10 mid range, and 12 high-end)
As long as you don't get more than 32 cars, you're good.

Exactly, you don't need to hold on to high-end cars, unless you do collections or save them for import/export cash bonus weeks.

Personally, I sell all the high-end cars I like to drive, and keep the ones I don't like in my warehouse.

 

That's exactly what I do too. Why not drive something you like if you have deliver it?

But... I've been waiting for a cargobob to go on sale for a long time. When that happens, things could change.

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After you fill up on low and mid range cars do NOT sell ANY of them. After that you will only get high end cars. It is very helpful for solo players.

Also, when you source a Roosevelt just leave it in your warehouse. You'll never have to source one again.

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