Flying is more complex than cars or bikes because you are working in three dimensions. Most AVs have ASCII 3D Navigators or flight interfaces to help you with your surroundings. If you are in a cockpit with one, type 'help navigator' or 'help interface' to learn more.
enter - To get in the front seat
board - To get in the back seat (Please note that some AVs do not have back seats.)
exit - To get out of the AV. Do not do this unless you are sure you are at a street, landing pad, etc. Falls hurt.
control - To move into the pilot's seat (In most vehicles, if you're the first in the front of the AV, you're automatically in the pilot's seat.)
uncontrol - To move to a passenger seat.
start/shutoff - To start your engine or shut off your engine (You must be in the pilot's seat)
takeoff - To lift your vehicle off the ground so that you can begin flying.
land - To set your vehicle back on the ground. Don't forget to do this BEFORE you shutoff.
check - Checks the route to see if it is safe for you to fly. Will alert you if route is unsafe.
fly - To fly your AV. If you know your way around, you can move through many rooms with a single command, by adding the directions to the command, similar to how go works. (E.g fly e e e e n w w u u w w s). Your flight computer will stop you from going along any route that runs into a building, street, etc.
stop flying - To stop your AV if you've entered a sequence and wish to stop.
accel/brake - To move faster or slower
tail - To follow or attempt to follow another vehicle.
auth/unauth - If you have ownership over the AV, you can let others fly by having them in the same room and typing these commands.
SEE ALSO: help drive *Last Updated: 06/15/18 by Fengshui*