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How To Repair Drifter Bike & Find Fuel - Guide & Tips

Days Gone | How To Repair Drifter Bike & Find Fuel - Guide & Tips

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Check out this Days Gone guide on how to repair your Drifter Bike after it has broken down. Including info on how & where to find fuel, using scraps to repair bike, and more!

How To Repair Drifter Bike & Find Fuel - Guide & Tips
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Why You Should Maintain Your Bike

You Won't Be Able To Ride It Around

You Won

When your Drifter Bike has broken down, you won't be able to ride it around anymore. This makes it hard to escape when there's an incoming horde or other enemies chasing after you. So be sure to keep your bike in tip-top shape at all times.

How To Repair & Refuel Drifter Bike

Do Field Repairs Using Scraps

Do Field Repairs Using Scraps

When your bike gets damaged or breaks down, you can do smaller repairs on the field when you have the necessary scraps. Scraps can be found in the map when exploring the Pacific Northwest.

Find Fuel Source Such As Gas Stations

Find Fuel Source Such As Gas Stations

When your bike stops or breaks down due to lack of fuel, you can find more gas by searching for a fuel source. These are mainly abandoned gas stations but beware of antagonistic targets that may have taken that place as their headquarters.

Fuel Containers Can Be Found In Open World

Fuel Containers Can Be Found In Open World

You will also be able to find fuel containers when you're out exploring the open world. These are identifiable by their bright red canister.

About Drifter Bike Maintenance

About Drifter Bike Maintenance

Drifter Bike maintenance is a unique feature in Days Gone. When your bike suffers too much damage, it needs repairs to keep working. And if it runs out of fuel, it needs more gas to bring you to your destination.

Hitting Obstacles Damages Your Bike

When you're driving down the open road, it's best to avoid obstacles to keep your bike from getting damaged. One simple hit will lower its integrity and you'll need to repair the bike to get it back to 100%.

Running The Bike Eats Up Gas

Riding your bike for too long can cause you to consume too much gas. Fuel is needed to keep your bike running and these can be found in different sources around the open world.

Don't Leave Bike Unattended in Hostile Human Area

If you happen to leave your bike in human enemy territory, they can attempt to salvage your unattended bike and damage it. Be sure to keep your bike hidden or stashed a few ways away so that enemies won't be able to find it, and take the salvagers down when you spot them.

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