One GTA Online participant's frustration and perplexity stemmed from their inability to locate the needed motorcycle. Every player has used the feature where they can call one of their various vehicles to be dropped off near their current location, but it only sometimes operates as planned. \nIt's not the first time gamers have had trouble getting a car delivered after asking their technician. It's worth noting that Rockstar Games released an update that speeds up car production. The updated version of GTA Online: Criminal Enterprises includes the new feature. \n \nHowever, the mechanic for this team seems to need help understanding what they're doing. Diamond ultra yt, a Reddit member and Grand Theft Auto player, uploaded footage of their gameplay in which they can be seen cruising about on a motorcycle not far from the Los Santos River. \n \nUnfortunately, they took a quick left and crashed into the lake, rendering their bike useless, so they dialed the number for the GTA motorcycle club and asked for a replacement. The player then hurries towards the delivery, only to realize that the mechanic has dumped the bike in the middle of the river, effectively ending the bike's life. \n \nThis is not supposed to occur in the game. When a customer requests a car, truck, or another ground vehicle, the mechanic usually drops it off on the street or in a parking area nearby. But the reality that they called for their bike through a motorcyclists' organization may have contributed to the problem. Drop-off locations for these automobile deliveries are typically far closer to the player than for regular mechanic services. However, it should never have occurred near water. \n \nWhile this is an inconvenience, GTA Online makes it easy to replace a wrecked vehicle. Assuming the player has car insurance, replacements can be ordered over the phone for a reasonable fee.