The hood
Neighborhoods are where players in the game live and shop. Each neighborhood has its benefits, but moving up opens many doors…but at a premium price.

If you can no longer afford to live in a neighborhood, you will be forced to move down, and your vehicles will be impounded until you can afford to take them out, or move up.

Every neighborhood also has a color code. This code is used throughout the game to signify where players are from. It is also a permanent badge for every player.

Toreno
Every player starts out living in Toreno.
There is no rent due here.
Players have one parking space available and are limited to own one vehicle.
To buy an additional new vehicle, you must move, or sell your existing vehicle.
Shopping for parts, paint, and license plates is allowed in this neighborhood only.
Toreno license plates and Toreno custom plates are available.

Newburge
The third best neighborhood.
It costs $1,500 to move in.
The rent is $500 per week here.
Players have two parking spaces available and are limited to own two vehicles.
There are no premium vehicles in Newburge.
Shopping for parts, paint, and license plates is allowed in this neighborhood as well as Toreno.
Newburge license plates and Newburge custom plates are available.

Creekside
The second best neighborhood.
It costs $3,000 to move in.
The rent is $1,000 per week here.
Players have five parking spaces available.
There are premium vehicles in Creek Side.
Shopping for parts, paint, and license plates is allowed in this neighborhood as well as Newburge, and Toreno.

Vista Heights
The best neighborhood.
It costs $5,000 to move in.
The rent is $2,000 per week here.
Players have ten parking spaces available.
There are premium vehicles in Vista Heights.
Shopping for parts, paint, and license plates is allowed in all neighborhoods.

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