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Problem with GTA SA
I have a problem the game crashes when the loading bar reached on middle. So how to fix it? And make the game never crash and works 100%. --Videogamer13 06:57, October 25, 2010 (UTC)
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When it comes to language on vehicle pages, the language style is based on the vehicle's origins. For example, a Gallivanter or Ocelot vehicle would use British English words and spelling (boot/bonnet/tyre/colour etc.) because they are based on British car manufacturers. A Declasse vehicle would use American English words and spelling (trunk/hood/tire/color) as Declasse is based on an American vehicle manufacturer. The Stratum is based on a Japanese vehicle so would therefore use British spelling, but either language style is permitted on that article as the Stratum takes its basis from a number of vehicles. With regards to the "station wagon/estate car" debate, "station wagon" is a relatively common term in England, with many estate vehicles having "station wagon" badging. For more information, see the GTA Wiki:Manual of Style. SJWalker (talk) 20:52, January 24, 2015 (UTC)