Hi, welcome to GTA Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Vipluxuryringtones.com page.
Thanks a lot for adding the page Spike Stip, you did good. --Thomas0802 (talk-Edits) 21:43, July 16, 2013 (UTC) I don't know if they use in VCS, I searched it and I didn't founded it. However I'll try to download the new VCS mod for San Andreas in the PC (my only platform), then I'll know. Thanks --Thomas0802 (talk-Edits) 17:17, July 19, 2013 (UTC)
On Eastbourne Way's trivia, people aren't going to understand why there is a significance as to why they are both towns in England, what if we change it to:
- Eastbourne Way is based on Burton Way in Los Angeles, both Eastbourne, and Burton, are towns in England; which is the country that the founders of Rockstar Games are from.
Sorry reverted in error
Hi there, VEO15.
Have you ever considered trying for a spot on the staff team? You are a relatively active user and have made a decent amount of contributions over a period of time. I feel you'd be a successful candidate and would be useful in the Patroller team. Let me know what you think. :) - Monk Talk 22:50, December 1, 2017 (UTC)
Hello, I wish to inform you that the first vehicle named Vortex (in this case the hovercraft) does not need the "(hovercraft)" next to its name, only the motorbike, as it's the second Vortex in the GTA series. The same applies to any other vehicles; first appearances don't need anything in parentheses. Matrexpingvin (talk) 11:50, June 14, 2019 (UTC)
|One or more recent edits you have made seem to have been to change a term or spelling from UK English to US English or vice versa.|
The wiki policy is that we accept both English UK and English US spelling, since the game is developed in the UK and set in the US. We don't need to specify both spellings on any articles, nor do we encourage editors to "correct" any spelling from one correct version to another. Note that vehicle pages are an exception, where spelling is dictated by the in-game country of origin of the vehicle as described on the Vehicles Manual of Style. Please avoid making further "corrections" of this nature.