Smart Drive [Race Gear] 3.1


For Keyboard user or non-Xbox 360 controller user it would be a pain in the ass to maintain vehicle speed in GTA V (many other games also) especially if you'd like to drive less-arcade and be able to maintain your vehicle speed at your own will, its almost impossible.

This mod is more than just a speed limiter / controller mod. This mod is designed to automatically to track your driving behavior. With this Mod now you can drive around city with your vehicle with more convenient and controll your vehicle speed at any rate as you wish.

What's inside?
• Mod
• Pdf Read me & Manual
• Need personal support? just put your question on the comment section or you could also email me to mrchazta@outlook.com

• This mod can be installed alone.
• This mod support controller. But ONLY IF you're using controller configuration with R2 to throttle and L2 to Brake.
• If your controller configuration is Cross to throttle and Square to Brake then you should read MANUAL section to configure the controller manually.
• If you also install this mod with i fuel mod, then the i fuel HUD will show "SMART" in the drive mode indicator.
• This mod already include the Anti Brake-lock System and Traction Control System feature which mean you don't need to also install ABS & TRACTION CONTROL MOD (My other mod) with this mod.
• If you install this mod with HUMAN BEING MOD (My other mod) then the ABS & TCS feature in Human Being Mod will not be activated, since this mod has also ABS & TCS feature activated already.
• Anti Brake-lock System and Traction Control System MOD is a mod to add more realism to avoid skid mark and added more grip when you're braking and to control your vehicle's torque when you're first throttling your vehicle from stopped, so it would no skid mark and became more realistic and smooth just like in real life.
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First Uploaded: Sábado 9 de Xaneiro de 2016
Last Updated: Domingo 22 de Xaneiro de 2017
Last Downloaded: 15 horas

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 3.1 (current)

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Sábado 9 de Xaneiro de 2016