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The game series consists of three games; Street Legal, Get Truckin', and Crotch Rockets, each of which plays identically to each other with minor differences. The biggest difference between them is the mode of transport, in Street Legal the player is given a classic sports car, in Get Truckin' the player is given an old pickup truck, and in Crotch Rockets the player is given a motorbike. Due to vehicle choices, Get Truckin' drives slower than Street Legal, while Crotch Rockets has a smaller hitbox while driving.
Each of the games have obstacles in the way, which may vary from other cars and vehicles, pedestrians and jaywalkers, and mythical creatures. The games are set on a time limit, and the player must clear the check points along the way to reset the timer, otherwise the timer will run out and will result in a game over.
Race And Chase: Street Legal is one of the games in the trilogy, in this game the player can drive a pink Turismo Classic and a yellow Torero. The game appears to be based on the popular racing game; Out Run.
- The Turismo Classic in Street Legal is a topless model, which currently is not available in Grand Theft Auto Online.
- The red Bodhi in Get Truckin' is Trevor Philips's Bodhi, even having the same license plate and sticky notes inside.
- Several mythical beings can appear as obstacles on the road, like the Beast from Hunt the Beast, the ghost of Jolene Cranley-Evans from Mount Gordo, and Bigfoot.
- The game's name is a reference to Race'n'Chase, the working title for the original Grand Theft Auto.