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Starting this VIP Work will spawn a Wastelander based on the CEO's location. The driver of the organization must then drive the Wastelander to a specified point on the map for delivery while protecting the vehicle that's been fitted on its trailer. If playing as a defender, the objective is to protect the driver.
Other rival players are specifically tasked with destroying the vehicle on the back of the Wastelander, but alternatively, they can simply destroy the Wastelander instead.
- Protecting the Wastelander is the key to success. It is recommended to bring along ground or air support (APCs, Hydras, etc.) to cover the driver.
- The best thing the driver can do is hit the throttle and reach the drop point as quickly as they can.
- Avoid hitting other cars and other obstacles because the Wastelander has a tendency to drive right over them and throw off the steering.
- Attacking NPCs will spawn in sessions that have a low player count or zero players. They're pretty easy to outrun in the Wastelander so don't bother with them.
- Take advantage of the Wastelander's offroad capabilities to gain an edge over ground vehicles. However, this strategy is not recommended if attacking players are using aircraft like Hydras to chase you down as the Wastelander is not as fast offroad.
- When driving on roads, the Wastelander can move pretty fast. Bring along some fast vehicles to keep up with it.
- Staying close and protecting the driver will help increase the chances for success.
- The Wastelander does not have sufficient armor or defenses. The only thing to keep in mind is that it can move pretty fast if the driver takes it on roads.
- It's not recommended to target the vehicle carried on the back of Wastelander since destroying the Wastelander will result in both vehicles being destroyed.
- Aerial assaults are often the best strategy as the Wastelander cannot outrun most helicopters and jets.
- This VIP Work can be done solo and in invite only sessions
- Transporter has a pretty short cooldown timer; under 20 minutes. Considering the payout averaging about $20,000 per job, the job's simplicity, and the fact that it can be done solo makes it a good VIP job to farm.
- One of the vehicles on the Wastelander can sometimes be a Duke O'Death. When Transporter was first made available in GTA Online, Rockstar Games had yet to release the Duke O'Death as a obtainable/purchasable vehicle in the game.