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Dr. Driving

Updated on August 3, 2016

Introduction About The Game

Dr. Driving is a very addictive & adventurous game that presents you various kinds of driving challenges one can experience in his driving lifetime , ranging from speed to parking, lane driving, highway experience, VIP Escort, Fuel efficiency etc. . The main goal of this game is to overcome & surpass the above said challenges, collect the coins by following the stated commands, increase the level of your driver and get different cars to get rid of that van that you have when you start your journey with

There are a number of different driving missions that you can play in this game. Here I am going to show you how to play different levels of this game.

Various missions in this game are as follows:

  1. VIP Escort
  2. Drift mission.
  3. Speed Mission
  4. Speed Parking
  5. Highway Mission
  6. Fuel Effeciency
  7. Lane Mission
  8. Broken Brake
  9. Truck

Detailed Description of each level is given below:

VIP Escort

The main motive of this level of the game is to drive as cozy as possible. Change lanes safely, avoid rash driving, don’t drift, and park smoothly

Speed Mission

The main objective of this mission is to get to the finish line as fast as possible, and includes turns & traffic. You have to beat the time bar in this mission.

Speed Parking

This mission will test your parking skills on how fast you can park your car

Highway Speed

This level of the game includes avoiding cars, but with no turns........A very good news...

Drift Mission

This mission will make give you an opportunity to show off your drift skills

While drifting, you’ll either hit other cars or hit one of the guardrails, and if you hit one , you immediately lose the game.

Lane Mission

The objective of this mission is to keep your car in the correct lane & collect lane points to complete the mission.

Boken Brake

The main objective of this mission is to complete your track without the help of any brake. You have to be very careful about the speed, turns & any type of movement as you can not stop your car in this mission


In this mission, You are given a truck i.e. you have to perform the role of a truck driver. Just like a truck driver, your mission is to reach your destination without hitting anyone on the path or else your game gets over....... Keep Driving


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