How To Complete the Low Rider Challenge in GTA San Andreas Definitive Edition

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The Low Rider challenge in GTA San Andreas offer players with an unique rhythmic mini-game with an option to place wagers on themself. First available during the Cesar Vialpando mission, players can choose to participate in this challenge whenever and as many times as they want to.

However, before heading into this challenge, there are a few things that players should note. For example, in order to participate for the Low Rider challenge, players will first need to find a suitable vehicle for the same.

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Additionally, the pace of the rhythmic beats in the challenge heavily depends upon the amount of money that the players places on their wager. While a low-amount will result in rather comfortable beat-timings, a high wager will cause the beat-timings to increase rapidly.

Having said that, let's dive in and check out how to complete the Low Rider challenge in GTA San Andreas.

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Low Rider Challenge

In order to get started with the Low Rider challenge, players will need to locate a suitable vehicle first. Here's a list of low-rider vehicles in GTA San Andreas:

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  • Blade
  • Broadway
  • Remington
  • Savanna
  • Slamvan
  • Tahoma
  • Tornado
  • Voodoo

After collecting any one of these cars, the player will need to head over to the Unity Station in Los Santos. Upon arriving at the location, the player will find a mechanic NPC standing on the opposite side of the wall. Interacting with this NPC will allow the player to begin the Low Rider Challenge.

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The main objective of this mission is ensure that the player is clicking the accurate hotkey prompts during the challenge. Needless to say, it is a fairly simple challenge and shouldn't be too much trouble to finish accurately.

However, players should note that the Low Rider challenge does not help with getting closer towards the 100% completion mark. Nevertheless, considering the amount of money that can be made by placing wagers, players should definitely give this challenge a try.

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