Wondering how the Cars Available Everywhere option works in Car Mechanic Simulator? We have you covered.
You can get great deals on cheap cars from the Junkyard or Salvage in Car Mechanic Simulator. Unfortunately, the cars in these locations are mostly lower-tier vehicles, often in poor condition. In contrast, the most sought-after vehicles are more commonly found in the Auction or the Car Salon.
Nevertheless, a nifty setting called Cars Available Everywhere will help bring better cars into the Junkyard and Salvage, making buying rarer cars in the game easier and cheaper.
This quick guide will walk you through everything you need about the Cars Available Everywhere setting in Car Mechanic Simulator.
What does Cars Available Everywhere mean in Car Mechanic Simulator?
Cars Available Everywhere is an in-game setting that you can toggle to bring more cars to the Junkyard or Salvage Yard.
When Cars Available Everywhere is OFF, you will only find low-value vehicles in the Junkyard. The OFF-setting is arguably more realistic since you won’t find high-dollar vehicles in the Junkyard in real life, but turning the option ON should help you find more variety in the Junkyard and Salvage.
Nevertheless, enabling the Cars Available Everywhere setting will allow you to purchase better cars for less money from the Junkyard/Salvage. However, remember that we must fix these cars as many are in poor, non-running condition. The type of cars in the Junkyard are still up to RNG, so you’ll have to visit the Junkyard regularly to find rare cars.
How to Enable Cars Available Everywhere
The Cars Available Everywhere is a simple toggle you can turn on or off from the Settings menu. Follow the steps below to enable/disable the Cars Available Everywhere setting.
- Go into the Settings menu.
2. Click on the Gear icon.
3. Toggle the Cars Available Everywhere setting to Yes.
4. Choose “Save” to save your settings.
The Cars Available Everywhere is a great way to bring better cars to more accessible locations in Car Mechanic Simulator. With this setting enabled, you should be able to purchase rare vehicles, albeit in non-running condition, from the Junkyard. With some repairs, you should be able to bring these cars back to their former glory.