The Dolva Flatbed is a transport vehicle in Driver: Parallel Lines.
The truck seems to be based on a MAN TGM, but with a flatbed rear. The Dolva Flatbed is exactly the same as the Dolva, with the exception of the missing box back.
The Dolva is a well-performing heavy-duty vehicle with excellent durability and acceleration (the latter especially for its size and type). Its top speed is limited to around 80 miles per hour due to its weight, which is strangely similar to the regular Dolva, despite having less weight altogether. It features a large duty engine with airbrakes.
(mph / km/h)
|Diesel||80 mph (128.7 km/h)|
The Dolva Flatbed appears with sidewalls and boxes in a variant known officially as the "Mission Truck. As its name suggests, it is used in missions, namely Ransom and Riding Shotgun. In both these missions, the player is located in the rear and has the same objective in both; shooting tailing enemies in SUVs with a free-hand aiming system. The driver drives to a specific location with a package in both instances - a ransom package in the former mission, and a motorcycle in the latter. The truck is not accessible outside of the mission and cannot be entered. Its side-wall textures are found on the regular Flatbed, however are only mapped onto this specific model.
- Common around Brooklyn, particularly Redhook docks.
- One will commonly spawn at road-side construction sites. They appear in numerous fixed locations around the map. One specific case is to spawn on the George Washington Bridge. At these sites, it will spawn between one or two concrete barricades, shaped like ramps. Strangely, in the Wii version of the game, it cannot be accessed.