SetVehicleWheelStates

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This function sets the state of wheels on the vehicle.

Internally, no vehicles have more than 4 wheels. If they appear to, they will be duplicating other wheels.

Syntax

bool setVehicleWheelStates ( vehicle theVehicle, int frontLeft, [ int rearLeft = -1, int frontRight = -1, int rearRight = -1 ])

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Method: vehicle:setWheelStates(...)
Counterpart: getVehicleWheelStates

Required Arguments

  • theVehicle: A handle to the vehicle that you wish to change the wheel states of.
  • frontLeft: A whole number representing the wheel state (-1 for no change)

Optional Arguments

  • rearLeft: A whole number representing the wheel state (-1 for no change)
  • frontRight: A whole number representing the wheel state (-1 for no change)
  • rearRight: A whole number representing the wheel state (-1 for no change)

Wheel-State values

  • 0: Inflated
  • 1: Flat
  • 2: Fallen off
  • 3: Collisionless

Returns

Returns a boolean value true or false that tells you if it was successful or not.

Example

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This example displays the states of the vehicle's wheels and changes their states if any arguments were passed.

function scriptWheelStates ( thePlayer, command, newFLeft, newRLeft, newFRight, newRRight )
    local theVehicle = getPedOccupiedVehicle ( thePlayer )
    if ( theVehicle ) then      -- check if the player is in a car
        if ( newFLeft ) then    -- if there's at least one argument passed, we change the wheel states
            if not setVehicleWheelStates ( theVehicle, newFLeft, newRLeft, newFRight, newRRight ) then
                outputChatBox ( "Bad arguments." )
            end
        end
        local states = { [0]="inflated", [1]="flat", [2]="fallen off" }    -- we store the states in a table
        local frontLeft, rearLeft, frontRight, rearRight = getVehicleWheelStates ( theVehicle )
        outputChatBox ( "Your vehicle's wheel states:", thePlayer )        -- output them in the chatbox
        outputChatBox ( "Front-Left: " .. states [ frontLeft ] .. ", Front-Right: " .. states [ frontRight ] ..
           ", Rear-Left: " .. states [ rearLeft ] .. ", Rear-Right: " .. states [ rearRight ], thePlayer )
    else
        outputChatBox ( "You have to be in a vehicle to use this command.", thePlayer )
    end
end
addCommandHandler ( "wheelstates", scriptWheelStates )
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See Also

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FROM VERSION 1.6 r7485 ONWARDS