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We are looking for Second Life community members to help us with the creation of this wiki and be a part of our historical importance :-)

How to add your information to the wiki:

  • Please use the HELP system if you are not familiar with using wiki's.
  • You can use the DISCUSS link above to post suggestions, requests or need help editing your articles/pages.
  • YouTube videos: here You can also post your own videos here as well as under the Explore tab above.
  • Post photos and discuss them on our Flickr page.
  • Create a Poll in the Discussions area or you can use the poll tag to add this great feature to any page.

Ideas and Mission statements:

  • Our community can help Second Life drivers find all types of vehicles utilized in-world including cars, trucks, bicycles, motorcycles, watercraft, hovercraft, aircraft, locomotives and experimental's.
  • Our community can help Second Life drivers find all types of driving roads, tracks and racing tracks in-world.
  • You can provide the ability for both drivers and creators to show and link vehicles and scripts to in-world or Second Life MarketPlace stores.
  • For more in-depth information on aircraft and aviation in Second Life, please see the Second Life Aviation Wiki.

History:

Driving in Second Life is not new, but sometime around October of 2017, Christi Charron of CheerMaster and SLCS fame with a few of her friends, came up with idea of creating a weekly "Grid Drive" for Second Life drivers. The idea was to be able to utilize a HUD to complete a mission, while getting from one waypoint to another, using many types of vehicles and methods to complete the drive. Completing the drive correctly, almost invariably meant you would get a reward at the end of the Drive. Usually some sort of vehicle or something from one of the sponsors/vendors/creators. Today, the tradition carries on usually every Saturday at around noon SLT and continues for approximately two weeks thereafter. The current Grid Drives can be found here.

Navigation HUD History: