PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds drops players into a massive world that they’ll need to explore and loot to gain equipment and take out their enemies. The best way to get around the map is to get your hands on a car. There are all sorts of vehicles available in PUBG, and today we’ll show you some of the best places to find a car, so you can get back into the game and stay a step ahead of your enemies at all times.
How to Find a Car in PUBG
There are plenty of vehicles to choose from in PUBG, and no matter where you choose to drop into the game, you’re not going to have that hard of a time finding a car—if you’re quick enough. As with any precious resource, players will be rushing to get their hands on these important items, and having access to one can greatly increase your chances of survival. We’ve made things really easy for you, though, and below you’ll find a very useful map that pinpoints several car spawn locations across the map.
Of course, players should also keep in mind that these aren’t the only car spawns in the game, and they’ll be able to find cars hidden all along the roads that they come across throughout Erangel, the area that PUBG takes place in. We’re still working on a map for the newest map that’s been added to PUBG, so expect to see updates regarding that map very soon. For now, though, check for vehicles near buildings and major cities.
While vehicles can spawn just about anywhere throughout the map, you’ll find them mostly near large areas and cities like Pochinki, or Los Leones (depending on the map that you’re playing on). Vehicle spawns aren’t always guaranteed, though, and with over 100 players dropping onto the map, there are bound to be people stealing cars before you can find them, so keep that in mind as you make your way across the map in search of a car.
When you’re playing the new desert map, though, finding a car isn’t going to be that big of a deal, if you stick close to the bigger cities. Many times the circle will end up near one of the big cities like Los Leones, and you’ll have plenty of cover from tall buildings around you. On this map the fights are more about urban warfare than guerilla warfare, so keep that in mind when choosing which map you want to play on.
You should also remember that being in a car does not make you immune to damage from enemy fire. Your car’s tires can be blown out, and your engine can even be set on fire, causing your ride to come to a screeching halt. Windows are also fair game when it comes to bullets, and many assault rifles will shred right through your armor. If you come across enemies while driving through a town or near a building, try to stop and take cover if possible. If this isn’t possible, then continue on your way, and try to add some swerves into your driving to make it harder for them to hit you.
You should now have a good grasp of how to find a car in PUBG. Be sure to make your way back over to our PUBG guide for even more helpful tips and articles like the where to find the best loot and even our guide on how to win in PUBG.