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Typically fitted to any vehicle that desires better protection from attack than a Plastic Body Panelling Bodywork can offer.

Facts and FiguresEdit

The most commonly used form of armour on the road is a composite Carbon Metamaterial coated by Steel plating layers providing armour protection at a reasonable cost, though it is the heaviest form of armour available.

Bikes and TrikesEdit

Armour: 1 per Layer

Weight: 8 per Facing

Cost: $500 per Facing

A Bike is limited to 4 Layers of Bodywork making the maximum armour that a bike can have with Carbon Steel Armour 4 points of Armour.

A Trike is limited to 5 Layers of Bodywork making the maximum armour that a Trike can have with Carbon Steel Armour 5 points of Armour.

Light and Heavy CarsEdit

Armour: 1 per Layer

Weight: 16 per Facing

Cost: $1'000 per Facing

A Light Car is limited to 6 Layers of Bodywork making the maximum armour that a Light Car can have with Carbon Steel Armour 6 points of Armour.

A Heavy Car is limited to 7 Layers of Bodywork making the maximum armour that a Heavy Car can have with Carbon Steel Armour 7 points of Armour.

Long WheelbaseEdit

Armour: 1 per Layer

Weight: 20 per Facing

Cost: $2'000 per Facing

A Long Wheelbase Vehicle is limited to 8 Layers of Bodywork making the maximum armour that a Long Wheelbase Vehicle can have with Carbon Steel Armour 8 points of Armour.

See AlsoEdit

Bike Chassis

Trike Chassis

Light Car Chassis

Heavy Car Chassis

Long Wheelbase Chassis

Vehicle Design

Plastic Body Panelling

Carbon Plastic Armour