Vehicle simulator script – Pastebin.com

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  • — Instances:

  • local VehicleSimulator = Instance.new(“ScreenGui”)

  • local VSV1 = Instance.new(“Frame”)

  • local GiveAllPerks = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local SuperCar = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local CrateESP = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local Speed = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local SpeedBind = Instance.new(“TextBox”)

  • local Torque = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local Torquet = Instance.new(“TextBox”)

  • local NitroSpeed = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local NST = Instance.new(“TextBox”)

  • local Title = Instance.new(“TextLabel”)

  • local TeleportLT = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local TeleportToCar = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local MadebyTokumeiAresuu = Instance.new(“TextLabel”)

  • local CreditOwners = Instance.new(“TextLabel”)

  • local NitroForce = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local NFT = Instance.new(“TextBox”)

  • local JumpHeight = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local JHT = Instance.new(“TextBox”)

  • local TptoCrate = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local Open = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • local Close = Instance.new(“TextButton”)

  • –Properties:

  • VehicleSimulator.Name = “Vehicle Simulator”

  • VehicleSimulator.Parent = game.CoreGui

  •  

  • VSV1.Name = “VSV1”

  • VSV1.Parent = VehicleSimulator

  • VSV1.Active = true

  • VSV1.BackgroundColor3 = Color3.new(0, 0, 0)

  • VSV1.BackgroundTransparency = 0.10000000149012

  • VSV1.BorderColor3 = Color3.new(0.501961, 0, 0)

  • VSV1.BorderSizePixel = 6

  • VSV1.Position = UDim2.new(0.155411661, 0, 0.117529884, 0)

  • VSV1.Size = UDim2.new(0, 325, 0, 332)

  • VSV1.Draggable =

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