Buggy is a new vehicle in Dying Light: The Following which is more than just an ordinary vehicle. The Silas Buggy or simply called Buggy can be customized in multiple ways – both in terms of sheer firepower and in terms of aesthetics.
You cannot only apply custom paint jobs and bobbleheads, but also weapons such as flamethrower, UV lights, and more. In addition to this, Buggy also serves the purpose of a companion that will get you out of tight situations.
However, in order to do so, you need to keep its tank full with fuel. And since we are dealing with a zombie apocalypse, you cannot expect to park into a gas station and get the job done – with the exception of a few. Despite this, the job is not as hard as it sounds and can be completed with a simple trick.
In order to keep Buggy filled with fuel, you need to salvage fuel from numerous abandoned vehicles scattered around the in-game world. Doing so is as simple as it can get! All you need to do is to approach a vehicle’s fuel tank and press the search button.
It is also important to note that the fuel is salvaged in units e.g. 2x fuel units and your buggy has a limited capacity. However, you do not need to pour all of it in Buggy and can carry it with you while it sits in your character inventory.
This is everything we have on replenishing Buggy’s fuel in Dying Light: The Following. Did this guide help you in any way? Let us know in the comments section below!