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Old 05-29-2009, 07:00 AM   #1
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Fixing Broken Garage Entries

If someone has a broken Garage entry, please let one of the moderators know about it so that we can fix it. You'll get weird code information below their username.

If you have a broken Garage entry and you'd like to repair it yourself, go to your Garage, click "Edit" on the name of your first vehicle, change a character, save it, then go back and put it back the way it was and save again. This should fix it until we figure out a better way.

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