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Hot Pursuit 2 draws primarily from the gameplay and style of NFS III, putting emphasis on evading the police and over-the-top tracks. Although the game allowed players to play as the police, the pursuit mode was less realistic than preceding versions of NFS; players merely needed to "tap" a speeder to arrest them, as opposed to using simulated police tactics to immobilize a speeding vehicle. This was the first version since the start of the series not to feature an "in the driving seat" (cockpit) camera view, transitioning EA from realistic racing to arcade street racing. It was the last game in the series for the PC version to feature the split-screen two-player mode introduced in Need for Speed II. For the multiplayer mode of the PC version, GameSpy's internet matchmaking system was used in place of Local Area Network (LAN) play. Hot Pursuit 2 was the first NFS game to use songs sung by licensed artists under the EA Trax label.
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Need for Speed: ProStreet, developed by EA Black Box, was released in 2007. Key features of the game included realistic damage, a return to realistic racing, modeling, and burnouts. The game lacked the free roam mode found in earlier releases, instead, all of the races were on closed race tracks that took place on organized race days. The game consisted of drag races, speed challenges (essentially sprint races and speed traps), grip races (circuit racing), and drift races.
There were over 60 cars, most available to both racers and cops, but a few were exclusive to either side. Unlike previous NFS titles, there was no customization, and the game takes place in a fictional rural area called Seacrest County, which the "free roam" feature lets you explore. Hot Pursuit allows play as either police or racer. The game also features many weapons, with some exclusive to the cops or racers. The biggest feature introduced was Autolog, which tracked player progressions and recommended events to play. In addition to its statistical system, Autolog also features Facebook-like speedwalls where players can post their comments and photos while in the game. Hot Pursuit has received some of the best reviews of the series.
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Your selection of gears depends on the power and speed you need for various driving tasks. First gear gives the power needed to set a car in motion. Second gear lets you go 15 to 25 mph, depending on the horsepower of the engine and on whether the transmission is 3,4, or 5-speed. You can also use second gear to start on ice or drive in heavy snow. Third gear, in cars with 3-speed transmissions, is generally used for all speeds over 25 mph. If a car has a 4- or 5-speed transmission and a small engine, third is used at speeds up to 30 or 40 mph. Use fourth gear for driving above 35 mph on a flat roadway. When driving uphill, you may have to achieve 40 mph or more before shifting to fourth or fifth gear.
If something is in your path, you need to see it in time to be able to stop. Assuming you have good tires and brakes and dry pavement the following chart should help to determine how far ahead you should see to drive safely when traveling certain speeds.
When there are lots of cars there is less driving space; therefore, you have less space to react. You need to reduce your speed to have time to react in the shorter space. Some of the places where you need to reduce speed are:
When a driver makes a mistake, other drivers need time to react. The only way you can be sure you will have enough time to react is by leaving plenty of space between your car and the cars around you. That space becomes a "space cushion" which protects you from others. In general, you should try to keep a cushion of space on all sides of your motor vehicle which properly reflects existing speed and road conditions.
When you are in moving traffic you can control the speed and position of the motor vehicle to keep a space cushion around you. When you approach a line of traffic, however, you must share space with vehicles already there. One of the biggest problems drivers have is judging how much space they are going to need. Learn to judge how much space you must have to merge with traffic, to cross or enter traffic and to pass other motor vehicles. Remember, when you make any of these movements you must yield the right of way to the other cars. It is your job to allow enough space to keep from interfering with other vehicles.
Space to Merge Any time you merge with other traffic, you need a gap of four seconds-twice your usual following distance. That will give both you and the car behind you a two-second following distance. You need a four-second gap whenever you change lanes or enter a freeway from an entrance lane or merge with another road.
Whenever you pass another car on a two-lane road you must enter a lane that belongs to oncoming cars. Therefore it's important to watch for other vehicles. Signal, then pass when the way is clear. At highway speeds of 50 to 55 mph, you need from 10 to 12 seconds to complete a pass safely. You must judge whether or not you have enough room to pass whenever you approach (1) an oncoming car, (2) a hill or a curve, (3) an intersection, or (4) a roadway obstruction. Oncoming Cars. At highway speeds you will travel over 800 feet in 10 to 12 seconds. So will an oncoming car. That means you need over 1600 feet or about one-third of a mile to pass safely (use your odometer to get to know what this distance looks like). It is hard to judge the speed of oncoming cars or motorcycles one-third of a mile away. They don't seem to be coming as fast as they really are. A car far enough away seems to be standing still. In fact, it may be too close for you start to pass.
Wet roads can be as dangerous as icy roads, so always drop your speed in wet weather. You will need more distance for stopping, and you may skid on quick turns. Roads are more dangerous at the start of a light rain when road oil and water mix to form a greasy film on the road. Rain also creates vision problems. Be sure to keep your windshield wipers and defroster in good condition. Make sure you are seen by turning on your headlights. Signal all turns and begin braking well ahead so that other drivers will know what you are going to do. "Hydroplaning", which can cause skidding, takes place when you're driving on wet roads. At lower speeds, most tires will "wipe" the road surface, the same way windshield wipers clean the windshield. But, as the speed increases, the tires can't "wipe" the road as well and start to ride up on a film of water just like a set of water skis. In most cars, hydroplaning begins at 30 to 40 MPH and increases with speed to about 50 to 60 MPH, at which point the tires may be totally running on the water. In a bad rainstorm, the tires may lose all contact with the road at 50 to 60 MPH. If this is the case, there is no friction to brake, accelerate, or corner. A gust of wind, a curve, or a slight turn can cause a skid. To reduce the chances of hydroplaning, you should: slow down during rainstorms, replace tires as soon as they become worn and keep tires properly inflated.