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Thank you for checking out my Police/Taxi DUI Enforcement Skin Pack!

This pack contains the PNG texture files that allow you to cover the back half of absolutely any CVPI, Explorer, and/or Charger skin that you use in Flashing Lights. Please
bear in mind that this covers from the back door onward, so if you have a skin that utilizes a lot of the back door, then part of your design may be covered. It's up to you to
look at the screenshots for this pack and compare with the skins that you use to determine if it will work for you.

This pack requires an incredibly small amount of photoshop skill. I use GIMP 2.10.18 (https://www.gimp.org/downloads/). It's a great free photoshop tool for basic stuff 
like this. It's what i use to make my skins. If you have no experience with this tool, it's super easy to install the skin additions in this pack with GIMP.


    - Generic DUI Enforcement skins for the Charger, CVPI, and Explorer, using PNG files that you can simply copy and paste over your currently used skin for each
      respective vehicle, using a photoshop tool such as GIMP 2.10.18.

How to install:
1) Download and install GIMP if you don't already have it, or run your own photoshop program.
2) Right click on the skin that you wish to add the taxi design to and use "Open With" to select the photoshop program of your choice.
3) Right click on the DUI taxi skin from this pack that matches the vehicle that you are planning to add it to.
4) In the taxi skin file, in photoshop, use a Selection Tool to select the ENTIRE IMAGE, not just the part of the image that has the taxi design. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.
5) Go to your vehicle skin that you wish to add the taxi skin to and paste the copied image into it. You should see the the taxi designs paste into place in the appropriate
   positions, if done correctly.
6) Export the new skin with the taxi design to wherever it is that you wish to save the skin. I recommend changing the file name a little so you don't lose the original skin you
   were using.


Please use the links below to find a list of where each pedestrian and vehicle skin is located. This link definitely saves me a tonne of time.


Please see below for tutorials on replacing character and vehicle skins:


You'll need this program to install these mods manually:



That should cover it! Feel free to share in-game screenshots of the skins in use in the comments on this pack's download page.

All vehicle skins were made by me, greenhamcalvin.
Please do not reproduce, copy, or steal these in any way.

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