Registration allows you to keep track of all your content and comments, save bookmarks, and post in all our forums. Keeping Track: CollectionsThere are a number of Collections in the game, from Road discovery to different types of Signs (Billboards), to the Bucket Lists and then there are Speed Traps, Speed Zones, and Destinations. The Speed Traps, Zones, and Destination you will unlock and discover as part of the regular game play, and the Bucket List locations will be automatically revealed to you with map markers.
Helpful Hint: Other racers CAN hit the Boards and, if they do, that can make them harder to find for you. The XP Board sets - all three of them - are very useful for gaining bonus XP, and since XP unlocks the Wheel Spins as well as Barn Finds and other gimmes, they are good to find!
Of course as you collect the Fast Travel Boards you also gain discounts on the Fast Travel service mind you - each Board is worth a specific set percentage of discount, so the more you have the less it costs. Bear in mind that this does NOT include an item-by-item record - it would be nice if it did, but no, it is just tracked by the overall number of found and unfound.
Just FYI you can find the basic tracking info under the Main Menu in game by selecting the PROGRESS Tab, and then under the PROGRESS Sub-Menu, select the STATS Tab.
Of the Tabs above for our purposes the one we are the most interested in is the Discovery Tab, as that contains the numbers that mean the most to Collectors. Note that for the most part all of this stuff is marked on the map, so it should not be difficult to find in the world as long as you are comfortable with maps and know the basics of reading them.
Due to some quirks in the way that the Road Collections work in the game we found that it is necessary for us to make some observations on the subject in order to help you head-off confusion that might arise due to the two separate sets of stats that are used in tracking them.
The first set is Road Discovery - which is significant largely due to the fact that there is an Achievement associated with it -- Human GPS (10g) Drive down every road in the game. The reason that this is being remarked upon is that you do not actually have to do what it says to unlock it.
The reason that this is possible has to do with the bubble-like cloud of discovery that travels with your car. Due to that it is not only possible - but likely - that you will get credit for discovering roads you simply drove past as cross-streets and never actually drive on. If you are a completionist and this is important to you, you will do well to remember that the map does keep track of the pieces of road you have actually driven on as opposed to simply discovered. If you examine the map now, you will notice that the paved roads (including highways) that you have actually driven over change in color from subdued grey to bright white.


When you examine the map you will notice that it can grow very cluttered with all of the information it is displaying, and in particular when you are looking at an area of one of the towns or villages where a lot of information and objectives are close together. You can de-clutter this by selecting LB while in the Map View - that will pop-up the Map Filter - and then you can select the information you actually want to see as opposed to do not need to see at the present time. Speed Traps and Speed Zones: Speed Traps are remote cameras installed on poles with range and speed detection kit that snap a pic of both the driver and registration plate for any vehicle traveling faster than the posted Speed Limit.
Speed Zones on the other hand use the same sort of kit but track the overall average speed of the target car over a set measured distance.
These are defacto two of the Collections in the game, and there is an Achievement associated with these two collections -- Bragging Rights (10g) Beat Friends or Club Members on any 20 Speed Cameras -- which makes knowing where they are located espcially important should you want to try to unlock it. The easy way to do that is to wait until after you have completed the Human GPS Achievement since by then you will have revealed every Speed Trap and Zone location on the map. Personally I recommend the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 as it is a particularly steady and stable platform that while it is plenty fast enough, is not overpowered, so is less likely to get you into trouble while making breaking these records a lot easier. While these are impressive stats to begin with, you could (if you wanted to) bump them up even higher by modding the parts and kit with which the car is configured.
Using this whip you should find it relatively easy to unlock the Bragging Rights Achievement.
One other point you may find helpful - Speed Zone markers (Icons) are Yellow, while Speed Trap markers are White. Icon Completion Markers: You will notice that for every major event there is an Icon on the map (examples include the various racing Championships associated with each destination, the five Showcase Events, and so on), and each of these Icons is a well-designed and very colorful presence on the map.
When you have successfully completed whatever the challenge is that the Icon represents on the map, its colorful and obvious Icon is changed to a rather subdued grey so as to leave it available for your reference but so that it does not interfere with finding future events or desired destinations. This system is used widely for the Bucket List events - as you will see once you start racing them - but it is also used for the Championship races. This should be sufficient to get you started exploring and using the map for collections purposes. Don't be sad - they actually added the Map to the Xbox One Edition now too so there is no longer any need to hunt for these.
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These are not usually tested by us (because there are so many), so please use them at your own risk. February 7, 2014 Trevor Phillips 1 Comment An image has surfaced on Reddit (as above) of what appears to be a list of new weapons coming to GTA Online.
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