Background: Most of the horses are from Hershel's farm but one was taken by Rick Grimes from a farm whose inhabitants had committed suicide and ridden to Atlanta until he ran into a herd of walkers and was thrown off the horse. He hid under a tank in the city while the horse was devoured.
Status: Not Active (losted the keys when Rick can't find it), Abandoned
Background: The vehicle was seen after Rick stumbled upon the Siggard family farm outside of Atlanta. It was never an active vehicle in the series and was seemingly abandoned by its owners (likely the Siggard family). The keys for the vehicle were lost and thus the car was abandoned.
Background: The RV was owned by Dale and used by the Atlanta survivors regularly during the first two seasons. It was often used as a command post and was the nucleus of the group. It was used to travel to the Center for Disease Control in "Wildfire" and was also used to travel to Hershel's farm where it served as a central point of activity for the group. It was destroyed in the Season 2 Finale by the fire Rick and Carl started as a diversion to lure away the walkers from the main farmhouse as it became quickly overrun. Jimmy and several walkers were burned in this fire, along with the RV.
Background: This truck was borrowed by Rick to rescue the survivors from the department store. In "Vatos", it was believed to have been stolen by Merle after the survivors returned to Atlanta to look for him. It was most likely abandoned afterwards.
Background: The Dodge was stolen by Glenn Rhee after Rick smashed the driver's window to gain access. Glenn used this vehicle to get the hell out of dodge and, using the loud alarm, to distract the walkers surrounding the department store so that Rick could rescue the survivors within (see "Guts"). In "Tell It to the Frogs" The morning after they returned to the camp, the car was stripped for parts and abandoned. By "Wildfire" When the survivors left, they left the car behind with a note attached to the door for Morgan Jones should he arrive at the camp looking for Rick.
Background: This truck was owned by the Dixon brothers. It was first used on-screen to transport the corpses to the graves dug by Jim after the attack on the camp in "Vatos". It was then used to travel to the CDC but was abandoned afterwards, most likely to save and conserve gas.
Background: At the onset of the outbreak, T-Dog used it to drive to every elderly person's house to see if they needed a ride. He later rescued Glenn Rhee and possibly other survivors before heading for Atlanta. It was later used by the survivors to get to the CDC, but was abandoned soon afterwards, most likely to save and conserve gas.
Background: This vehicle was used by Morales to take his family to Birmingham, Alabama, to search for the rest of their family near the end of the first season. It, like the Morales family, is never seen again afterwards.
Background: After the Governor offered the prison group the deal to hand over Michonne, Merle kidnapped her to fulfill the deal. On the way to the feed store he stole this vehicle and used it to go to a local bar as well as travel to the location. He also used the car's stereo to attract walkers and lead them there. Once he arrived, he abandoned it to ambush the Woodbury soldiers. Last seen as Daryl arrived to searching missing Merle.
Background: It was maintained by former owner Zach before his death. Later it was used by Daryl, Michonne, Bob, and Tyreese to search for medical supplies for the infected members of the prison. It was abandoned after being immobilized by a herd of zombies.
Background: Merle was the leader of a biker gang in northern Georgia called the Savage Sons Motorcycle Club. When he and his brother Daryl made their way to Atlanta, he drove this. While being Merle's bike, Daryl was the only Dixon to ride this bike on-screen. It was transported to the CDC using the bed of Daryl's truck, but after abandoning his truck at the beginning of the second season, Daryl used the bike as his main mode of transportation. It was used by Daryl to defend Hershel's farm and to rescue Carol. In the third season, it was used by Daryl and Maggie to get supplies for newborn Judith Grimes and later to track down the Governor after the failed prison attack. It was abandoned at the prison after the second attack.
Background: The Hyundai was first seen in Season 2, but was first used chronologically by Paul and Karina in the webisodes. Paul and Karina found the car near Rockford, Georgia, which they used to drive to Harrison Memorial Hospital. Paul used it again when leaving the hospital. It was likely abandoned on the Vehicle Jammed Highway due to a dead battery.
The Hyundai was fixed and used by Shane Walsh upon its discovery on the highway. The car was used by Shane and Andrea to search for a missing Sophia Peletier. It appeared in use again in "Triggerfinger" when Shane searched for Lori, and again in "18 Miles Out" when Shane and Rick transported Randall to Mert County.
Maggie and Glenn used the vehicle in the Season 2 Finale to defend the Greene Family Farm from a herd of walkers and escaped in it together when the farm became overrun.
Background: Obtained by the group during the winter. This vehicle was used in various attempts to secure the prison (Glenn drove it around to the break-in point where Tyreese and his group entered the prison; Glenn, Daryl, Michonne, and Beth used it while setting traps inside the courtyard of the prison after it was overrun by walkers). It was later used in an attempt to track down the Governor after the failed prison attack. When the Governor's army attacks the prison in Season 4, the truck is used as cover and subsequently shot up. One of its tires is blown out. It was Shot up/Abandoned at the prison after the second attack, and once seen when Rick and Carl attempted exiting the prison. Last seen after Glenn threw Molotov cocktail to the prison vehicle Ford Crown Victoria, then escaped the ruins of the prison with the help of Tara Chambler. The Pick-up is still left abandoned at the prison afterwards.
Status: Shot Up, Abandoned, Burnt down (by Glenn who threw Molotov cocktail at it to distract walkers)
Background: A first vehicle similar to one given to Andrea that belonged to the West Georgia Correctional Facility. Seen parked in the courtyard before and after the prison assault. When the Governor's militia attacked the prison, this car was used as cover by Bob Stookey, Sasha Williams, and Maggie Greene. It was subsequently shot up and abandoned at the prison after the attack. Later, after the battle, Glenn threw a Molotov on this car to burn it down as a means of distracting the herd of zombies that had swarmed the abandoned prison, so that he and Tara Chambler could escape the ruins of the prison.
Background: Found by Daryl, Michonne, Tyreese, and Bob stuck in kudzu overgrowth. After freeing it and finding a new battery as well as adding coolant and oil, they drove it to the college to gather medical supplies, then drove back to the prison. It was abandoned at the prison after the second attack.
Sam and Ana presumably found it there and took it. Rick Grimes and Carol discovered the car parked outside a house in an abandoned neighborhood. They searched it and figured out that it had only been there a couple of days. Later, when they were done searching the neighborhood for supplies and were about to leave, Rick informed Carol that she could not come back with him to the prison, and packed her stuff into the car and watched her drive away. (see "Indifference")
In "Consumed" flashback. The next day Carol abandoned it at the prison after returning there and finding nothing but ruins.
The Jeep appears again by beginning of Season 4 "Infected" as the prison group toked the Jeep back to the prison at West Georgia Correctional Facility as this Jeep were owned by Prison survivors. It was later used to draw walkers away from the fence using the pigs. After a large group of walkers broke into the prison, Rick used its headlights to illuminate the incoming herd and make them easier to spot and kill.
Background: Boarded up and used as part of the wall in Woodbury before the prison assault. After Rick Grimes's group rounded up all of the remaining Woodbury citizens, they transported them back to their base of the West Georgia Correctional Facility in this bus. The survivors then made the bus ready in case they ever had to escape the prison, and during the Governor's attack on the prison, the bus came in handy as they transported the prison survivors out of the war-zone created by the Governor. They waited as long as they could for the other survivors, but eventually they had to go, leaving some behind.
The bus was not seen until "Inmates". When 3 of them Maggie, Bob, Sasha was seen this bus didn't make it far before someone inside died and reanimated, resulting in all occupants being killed. The bus was overrun and abandoned on the road. The reanimated passengers were put down by Maggie Greene, Bob Stookey, and Sasha Williams.
Background: Used to transport Shane and Otis to the high-school and also around the Greene farm. Used by T-Dog to defend the farm against walkers when overrun. T-Dog eventually abandoned it on the Vehicle Jammed Highway. It was in good working condition when last seen.
Background: Used by Hershel around his farm to go to the bar. Used by Rick to return to the farm the next day. and escape the farm after the attack by "Beside the Dying Fire". On Season 3 It was driven to Woodbury by Glenn when Merle Dixon was holding him and Maggie hostage. It was later Abandoned there, It was later found and stolen by The Saviors (Off Screen)
Background: One of the Woodbury Survivors' standard vehicles, the Ram is first seen when the Governor and his men investigate the helicopter crash. It is equipped with roof lights and a brush guard fitted with lights and a winch. The truck is seen in Woodbury many times, but does not receive much use as any of the other vehicles. It is later used by the Governor to track down Andrea when she escapes the town in "Prey". Judging by its loud engine, it was fitted with a 5.9 liter Magnum V8 engine. The Governor used this vehicle in the prison assault, and later fled in it with Shumpert and Martinez to an unknown location after the attack failed. The morning after, Martinez and Shumpert abandon the Governor and drive this away. It was not seen at Martinez's camp when the Governor arrives, meaning that it was possibly abandoned.
Background: The Governor and his team used it to transport Andrea and Michonne from the helicopter wreckage to Woodbury. It was also used to move to and from the The Guardsmen's camp to Woodbury. The vehicle is equipped with a battering ram fitted to the grille, radio and searchlights. It is the most frequently used vehicle in Woodbury, being used as the main source of transportation for the Governor and Martinez. It is outfitted with a bull bar and a winch. Left abandoned on the side of a road after the Governor kills his soldiers.
Background: A group of National Guard soldiers escaped their base being overrun, taking with them a flat-bed Humvee, two M35 transport trucks, an M911 Heavy Equipment Transporter System, a flat-bed helicopter transporter trailer and a UH-1 Huey helicopter. They soon set up a small outpost and used the Huey to scout nearby areas. However, the helicopter crashed due to engine failure and its surviving pilot was found by The Governor and several Woodbury survivors. After learning the camp's location, the Governor drove there waving a white flag and told the soldiers they had found the pilot. However this was all a ruse as the Woodbury survivors ambushed the soldiers and killed them all. Their equipment and vehicles (save for the M1070 and helicopter transporter trailer) were then taken back to Woodbury. The Humvee is then seen parked in Woodbury near the entrance to the settlement alongside the M35s they had taken. The vehicle had sustained some bullet damage, as Michonne notices when inspecting the vehicles following their return from the camp. The vehicle is fitted with an M2HB .50 caliber machine gun. The vehicle is used during the assault on the prison, its machine gun tearing through walkers and damaging the prison. However, its tires were flattened and its machine gun jams when the Woodbury Army retreats and the vehicle is abandoned in the prison yard.
Background: A group of National Guardsmen escaped their base being overrun with several vehicles, including this M35. The soldiers soon set up a small outpost and used the Huey to scout nearby areas. However, the helicopter crashed due to engine failure and its surviving pilot was found by the Governor and several Woodbury survivors. After learning the camp's location, the Governor drove there waving a white flag and told the soldiers they had found the pilot. However this was all a ruse as the Woodbury survivors ambushed the soldiers and killed them all. Their equipment and vehicles were then taken back to Woodbury. Both M35s are seen parked near the entrance to Woodbury alongside the Humvee, and the M35A2 is used to pick up walkers from the pits. The M35 is the same vehicle used by Woodbury in the comics to mount their assault on the prison]. The M35A2 is not used in the assault on the prison and is abandoned at Woodbury when the town is vacated by its remaining residents.
Background: A group of National Guardsmen escaped their base being overrun, taking with them a Humvee, an M911 Heavy Equipment Transporter System, helicopter trailer and two M35 trucks: an M35A2 transport truck and a newer M35A3 truck. The soldiers soon set up a small outpost and used the Huey to scout nearby areas. However, the helicopter crashed due to engine failure and its surviving pilot was found by the Governor and several Woodbury survivors. After learning the camp's location, the Governor drove there waving a white flag and told the soldiers they had found the pilot. However this was all a ruse as the Woodbury survivors ambushed the soldiers and killed them all. Their equipment and vehicles were then taken back to Woodbury. Both M35s are seen parked near the entrance to Woodbury alongside the Humvee,The M35A3 is taken by the Woodbury Army and used as a troop carrier during the assault on the prison. When they are forced to retreat, the truck stops on a road on the outskirts of the prison. When the Governor slaughters most of the army, the truck is left abandoned on the road.
Background: Woodbury survivors used this car when they tried to leave Woodbury, after the attack by Rick's group the night before. They didn't feel safe in Woodbury anymore, so they packed up their belongings in the car and headed to the front gates in attempts to leave, but were stopped by the Woodbury Guards, guarding the gates. Wasn't used in the assault on the prison. So was likely abandoned in Woodbury after its remaining inhabitants were moved to the prison by Rick's group.
Background: After the attack by Rick's group the night before, the Woodbury Survivors didn't feel safe there anymore. So they packed up their belongings in the car and headed to the front gates in attempts to leave. When the Woodbury Guards, guarding the gate, wouldn't let them through, the driver became angry and started to honk his horn, attracting walkers. Martinez points his gun at the driver, demanding him to stop and to get out of the car. When he continued to honk his horn, Martinez opened the door, dragged the driver out, and threw him on the ground. The Explorer was likely Abandoned at Woodbury after its remaining inhabitants were moved to the prison by Rick's group.
Background: The survivors didn't feel safe in Woodbury after the attack by Rick's group the night before. So they packed up their belongings and headed to the front gates the next day. In attempts to leave, one survivor got bitten and killed, so Andrea managed to changed their mind about leaving Woodbury. Didn't participate in the assault on the prison. So was likely abandoned in Woodbury after its remaining inhabitants were moved to the prison by Rick's group.
Background: During the Woodbury attack on the Prison an unnamed Woodbury Survivor smashed through the Prison gates with this vehicle and released the Walkers contained inside, into the courtyard. Later used by prison survivors and parked in the courtyard. It was abandoned at the prison after the second attack.
Background: This was found the first car at West Georgia Correctional Facility and given to Andrea by Rick's group to return to Woodbury. It is unknown what happened to the car once she arrived at Woodbury but it can be presumed that it's been possibly abandoned.
Background: Milton drove this truck to Woodbury's Walker Pits, set fire to the walkers and then drove this truck away. It's presumed abandoned at Woodbury once Milton is killed and the people there came to the prison.
Background: Seen for the first time in "Welcome to the Tombs" being used to break two gates in the Prison. The vehicle was abandoned there at the prison after the Army flees. Same vehicles appears by The Saviors members, Found and Stolen at the Prison Yard (Off Screen).
Background: After being abandoned by Caesar Martinez and Shumpert, the Governor found this truck abandoned at the National Guard camp (where it was used to tow a helicopter transporter trailer) and used it to crash through the gates of Woodbury. He then set the town on fire and abandoned the truck there.
Background: David drove this truck to deliver food before the apocalypse. Its stores of food kept him and his family fed for a number of months. After the Governor and Lilly's family decided to leave the apartment, they drove this truck for a day until its engine failed. They then abandoned it in hopes of finding another working vehicle.
Background: This Patton was operated by Mitch during his time with the Army. After the outbreak, he used it to survive until he met up with Martinez. He now keeps it parked at the camp. The Governor uses it in his attack on the Prison, first as a show of force to get Rick and his group to leave. When they refuse, the tank smashes through the fences and destroys several parts of the prison with its main gun. The Governor's militia uses the tank as mobile cover. The tank eventually stops in the courtyard, where Daryl rolls a grenade into the main gun's barrel, destroying it.
Background: After witnessing the massacre of the camp in the woods, The Governor and the Chambler family decided to leave Martinez's Camp at night in this car. However, they eventually came across a roadblock of trapped walkers, forcing them to return to the camp. It wasn't used in the second prison assault, and so it may not still be able to be in use by the people who stayed at the camp. It was possibly abandoned, and was seemingly deemed unusable afterwards.
Background: The Governor drove this pick-up truck to the Prison after taking over Martinez's Camp to observe Rick and the other inhabitants. It is left at the prison after most of the survivors are gunned down.
Background: Lily drove this car to the Prison during the Governor's second assault on it. She used it to transport the body of Meghan Chambler to the site of the battle, after which the Governor shot her to prevent her from reanimating. It is last seen outside the downed fences of the prison during the assault.
Background: Used by the Governor's Militia in the second assault on the prison to transport Hershel and Michonne. It was driven towards the prison and is abandoned. It is last seen when the prison is overrun.
Background: Used by Governor's Militia in the second assault on the prison. It was last seen outside the downed fences, and is abandoned after the prison is overrun with walkers. Ford pick up has been Found/Stolen by The Saviors members at the prison yard (Off Screen).
Background: This vehicle was abandoned and left hanging over the edge of a highway. Daryl recognized it as a vehicle used by the people who took Beth (see the white cross on the window). The van was then stripped and destroyed by Daryl and Carol when it was ambushed by walkers and dropped down onto the ground under the stilted highway.
Background: Blue Dodge Magnum is first seen speeding off the road. Daryl told Carol that this vehicle has white cross on rear windshield, the same as the vehicle that took Beth.
In "Consumed" the Blue Dodge enters the city, being followed by Daryl and Carol in their Cadillac. The car stops on the road, and a police officer gets out of the passenger seat. Suddenly he drags bicycles off and something that looks like a body. They leave then.
Blue Dodge is seen again in "Crossed", being used by Licari to track down Noah, who escaped faster. Rick, Daryl, Tyreese and Sasha assaulted the car by shooting through the tires and rear windshield. The vehicle was abandoned after it crashed into walkers, and the police officers escaped. Last used when Tyreese and Sasha scavenged it for weapons, later abandoned.
Background: This vehicle was seen a white cross painted on the back windshield speeding off, when Daryl and Beth were separated. It's believed that she has been kidnapped and taken to a hospital in an unknown location. (see "Alone")
Background: This vehicle was seen being used to track down Noah and was spotted by Carol. When Carol ran out of a building, this car sped into her, rendering her unconscious before taking her and speeding off back to the hospital. It's possibly no longer seen afterwards.
Background: It was seen in use by Officer Shepherd to track down Noah in an attempt to recapture him. Stolen by Rick to chase Officer Lamson, whom he then hit with the car before ultimately putting a bullet through his head. It was possibly abandoned after Rick arrived at Grady Memorial Hospital Parking lot. Then he beginning meet officers Franco and McGinley at the parking lot. it's possibly no longer seen afterwards
Background: This was the vehicle the police officers used to meet with Rick Grimes in an attempt to broker a deal between Rick’s group and the leader of Grady Memorial Hospital, Dawn Lerner. it's possibly no longer seen afterwards.
Background: A small group of the survivors traveled out to where Aaron said an RV and a car used by him and Eric was parked and ready to transport the group to Alexandria to make sure that Aaron was in fact telling the truth. Abraham and his small group discovered the motor-home and used it to transport all of the survivors to Alexandria, Virginia. After the battery died in the middle of the road, Glenn redirected Abraham to a spare battery elsewhere in the motor-home. Later the vehicle was working again and was put to use. The group exited it later after all group arrived outside at the Alexandria Safe-Zone by the main entrance gate, it was left outside (See "Remember".) The RV has been owned to Alexandria Safe-Zone since's in Season 5.
Later Rick stops at the edge of the woods, where Glenn directed him to intercept the herd. He tries to reach Glenn and Tobin by walkie but receives no response. He then radios Daryl to inform him the breakaway herd will soon be back on track.
The RV is next seen when multiple Wolves members reach the RV after leaving Alexandria after the attack. Two members attack within the RV, but are killed by Rick. Rick then spots three other members outside via the mirror and guns them down. Rick abandoned the RV after the engine has been failed.
The RV was not seen until "Knots Untie", where Daryl is looking at the RV to make sure there's nothing wrong with it. The RV was used to transport the group, and Jesus, to the Hilltop Colony. as belonging to the Hilltop and desperately begins searching the wreckage for his people. The RV gets stuck in the mud near Hilltop, but gets saved when the survivors plan to leave the Colony.
Rick drives the RV from Safe-Zone in "Not Tomorrow Yet”, with other survivors from Alexandria following the RV. The RV stops on the road, and Rick sounds the horn to attract any nearby walkers, then orders everyone to separate on foot and reconvene in a couple of hours.
In the beginning of season 7 "The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be” The RV was used by Negan to drive with Rick to the middle of nowhere. Rick climbed on the top of the RV, but then jumped off as Negan fired through the roof. Negan used the RV to come back to The Saviors team as they made a deal with Rick. It was then used by Rick to go back to Alexandria, but soon later the RV was abandoned or the engine broke down. Appears again by "Something They Need", Michonne drives the RV with Rick's group to Oceanside. The RV is seen parked at Safe-Zone during Negan's attack, but is not used.
Mercy: The RV will begin in use in this Season 8 Episode.
Used by: Daryl Dixon, Dwight (formerly vs. stolen), Primo (formerly vs. stolen, short ride then shots by Rosita)
Color: Various (Mainly grey)
Status: Active (assumed)
Background: Aaron, in an effort to get Daryl to accept the job as Alexandria's new recruiter, showed Daryl the half-built bike and the abundance of parts in Aaron and Eric's garage. The bike was then built by Daryl and used by him when he and Aaron went on a recruitment mission towards the end of the 5th season in "Conquer". He used to escape and ride of around quarry filled with the herd of walkers. When unleashing the walkers, Rick – who'd been orchestrating a supposed dry run – yells for the group to put the plan into action. Daryl distracted the mobilized herd and led them towards the designated area - 20 miles away from the Alexandria Safe-Zone - along with Sasha and Abraham (who were riding in the Buick).
The bike was stolen by Dwight and Honey, who double-crossed Daryl, in order to escape after they stole his crossbow and left him in the middle of nowhere (see "Always Accountable").
The bike was not seen until "Not Tomorrow Yet" when one of Negan's men, Primo, was seen trying to escape on a motorcycle. He was shot off this bike by Rosita and subsequently assaulted by Daryl, later shot by Rick.
Daryl rides his bike from Alexandria in "East", while searching for Dwight far from Safe-Zone. Was later abandoned at the forest with hidden under branches bushes and shrubbery.
In "Service" Spencer found Daryl's bike hidden under branches bushes and shrubbery, and pushed it to Chevy Van to take it back to Alexandria for Dwight.
Background: This Van is used to transport all remaining groups to warehouse. It was driven by Eugene to distract walkers with loud music. Nicholas was thrown out the driver side seat by Glenn to ensure that the loose cannon did not try and leave without them. Later, Glenn took over the van after Eugene saved him. They started to drove back to Alexandria and was upon arriving back (See "Spend"; "Try")
The Chevy Van is seen again by "First Time Again”, while Safe-Zone survivors attempted to escape at the quarry mission most likely abandoned there.
The van was not seen until "Not Tomorrow Yet” when Rick’s group followed the RV in it.
Glenn drives the Chevy Van from Alexandria by "East" with Michonne, Rosita to search for missing Daryl far from Safe-Zone. Glenn abandoned it in the middle of no-where near the train tracks.
Seen in "Service", Spencer put Daryl’s bike into the Chevy Van near the train track, where Glenn left it abandoned in "East”. Spencer used it to transport Daryl’s bike back to Alexandria for Dwight. Later Spencer walked back to the van and tried to drive a van, but Rosita slapped the driver’s door and asked that Spencer knows about the rifles taken by Dwight.
The Chevy Van was used again in "Say Yes” Rick and Michonne on scavenging trip. And again, in "Something They Need", Aaron drives the Chevy van to follow Rick's group RV to Oceanside. Seen parked at Safe-Zone during Negan's attack, but was not used.
"Mercy" :Carl will beginning using the Chevy van in Season 8.
Background: It was maintained by former owner Annie before her death. In the past: Heath's team arrives at Alexandria, and waiting for Eugene to opens the gate, then drive through. (see "First Time Again".)
The Toyota SUV was not seen until "Not Tomorrow Yet", when survivors from Alexandria used it to follow Rick's RV along with other vehicles.
Andy took the Land Cruiser SUV and drove to Satellite Outpost to make a deal with Gabe outside. Later used to transport Craig and leave Satellite Outpost to drive to The Hilltop
It was possibly used to drive to Alexandria Safe-Zone, but it was never seen again afterwards, so it was abandoned.
Aaron took Buick Roadmaster to travel to the DEL ARNO Foods company with Daryl and he left it, along with the bike, in the forest while they scouted the area, it's still in use (see "Conquer").
The Buick is seen again in "First Time Again", when Sasha and Abraham used Buick car for the quarry mission. By "Always Accountable", the Buick was shot up and crashed. It was last seen when Saviors members began chasing Sasha and Abraham. Saviors members shots two of the tires, which forced the car off the road.
Background: This F-Series big truck belonged to Woodlands Mall Construction Site as a part of Tobin's construction team. The F-series big truck was seen when Rick's group and the Alexandrians groups started during a quarry filled with the walkers herd in "First Time Again". The walkers away with the teetering truck plummets to the ground and unleashing the walkers. It was left abandoned afterward. and was last seen when the group started to put the plan into action and escaped around quarry filled with walkers.
Background: The Truck belonged to Woodlands Mall Construction Site as a part of Tobin's construction team. It was used during stand beside a quarry filled with walkers by several large trucks. Rick – who'd been orchestrating a supposed dry run – yells for the group to put the plan into action and then started to escaped around quarry filled with walkers. (see "First Time Again")
It was likely used by Safe-Zone survivors to be parked inside Alexandria Safe-Zone. and was abandoned afterwards. Seen parked at Safe-Zone during Negan's attack, but the truck are still working.
Mercy: this Ford F-350 trucks will beginning using in Season 8 Episode.
Background: The C-series Fuel Truck was found by Daryl Dixon in the woods branded "A.A. Pattrick Fuel Co." He killed the walker in the cab first before driving to pick up Abraham and Sasha and then drove down on the road. Daryl tried to calling radio to Rick. "Help," a muffled voice on the radio replies (see "Always Accountable".)
The Fuel Truck was not seen until "No Way Out", when Saviors members vs. Lead Savior blocked the road and tried to make a deal. Daryl destroyed small group of Saviors vs. Savior 1 using an RPG.
Daryl used the fuel truck to leak the fuel to the lake, Abraham short used as Daryl banding the truck on the roof to be-sure stopping this truck and then blew it up using his RPG to draw herd of walkers surrounding Safe-Zone. The truck was not seen afterwards, meaning that it was possibly abandoned.
Background: Rick found this Jeep SUV at the field after Daryl chased Paul Rovia and sunk the Ford truck. Rick used it to transport the unconscious Paul when Daryl sat next to him, guarding. They stopped in front of Safe-Zone gate, flashed the headlights and then drove to the house. The SUV was not seen since that, so it was most likely abandoned at the Safe-Zone.
Background: This pickup truck are possibly owned by Alexandria survivors. Daryl, Rosita and Denise used it to go to the gift shop and abandoned pharmacy. They stopped on the road in front of the railroad crossing, as they saw fallen trees blocking the road. They abandoned the truck there and started to walked on foot.
Background: Carol took Alexandria survivors Volkswagen car from Alexandria Safe-Zone, as she was preparing to leave. It was shot on the left tires by The Saviors members on the cross side of the road. Soon later she used the spike from the car to kill Miles. She abandoned it on road afterwards. Last seen when Rick vs. Morgan arrived seen's that Carol escaped.
Background: Morgan took Alexandria survivors Lincoln Town Car from Alexandria Safe-Zone with Rick and used to search Carol anywhere far from Safe-Zone, Then stopped on the road when they saw abandoned Saviors pickup truck vs. Carol Volkswagen car on the cross side of the road with the death saviors members, then began to search Carol's Volkswagen car.
Rick arrived in the car at the Safe-Zone and are currently still active.
Used by Rosita and Spencer for reason to leave, heard by The Saviors who arrived at the Safe-Zone. Later Dwight took their weapons and ordered them to use their car to search and bring him back Daryl's bike. They arrived where the Chevy Van was left, and then drove back to Safe-Zone. Rosita hid a spare pistol under the left front tire as a backup gun, but then the car was abandoned. Seen parked at Safe-Zone during Negan's attack, but was not used. The glass windows broke when shots fired. Later abandoned and not used again.
Background: This is the truck Ford E-350 are possibly owned by Safe-Zone survivors. Rick and Aaron used this Ford E-350 truck to takes a rest inside the truck. It was begin used this truck during scavenging simply's run at the boat house. After scavenging simply's run at the boat house Rick and Aaron drives back to Safe-Zone, as arrived at Safe-Zone captured by The Saviors members and takes their way a Weapon's and other of simply's inside the truck. But then abandoned the truck at Safe-Zone afterwards.
Background: Rick took Chevrolet SUV to take Daryl to The Kingdom.
The SUV is seen as Rick drove on the highway while hearing The Saviors talking on the radio and later stopped on road when Rick seens abandoned vehicles blocking the road.
Paul Rovia used it to push the Toyota Camry, and other abandoned cars away to clear the road.
It was later seen that Tara drove 1 mile ahead on highway. Rick and Michonne jumped into the SUV to escape the highway to avoid herds of walkers. Last seen when the bomb exploded on the highway and herds of walkers were destroyed. It was possibly abandoned after arriving from The Kingdom.
Background: This vehicle was possibly owned by Safe-Zone survivors. In "Rock in the Road" used by Father Gabriel to quickly take Alexandria supplies and drive to the Junkyard. Seen in "New Best Friends" as Rick and his group pack supplies into the trunk then drive off. and was not seen afterwards most likely abandoned.
Background: After throwing Molotov into the same model, Rosita found the Taurus at the abandoned dealership. She and Sasha used it to drive to The Sanctuary. The car was not seen until then, so it was abandoned afterwards.
Mercy: The Ford Taurus will beginning using in Season 8 Episode.
Background: This vehicle that was used by The Saviors members to hunt for Dwight. But instead they assaulted Sasha vs. Abraham in their Roadmaster car. It was shot up by Sasha vs. Abraham after they emerged from the wreckage later left abandoned on the road afterwards.
Status: Overriding speed control , Crashed and Wrecked
Background: This vehicle was used by The Saviors members to hunt Dwight. Instead, they assaulted Abraham and Sasha tried to shoot Daryl off his bike, but Daryl escaped faster. The red car was accidentally Crashed/Wrecked into red stripped van when Daryl drove off. Last seen when Blue Jeep continued chasing after Daryl's bike.
Background: This vehicle was used by The Saviors members to hunt Dwight. Instead, they assaulted Abraham and Sasha in Buick car, and Daryl on his bike. After red Mazda crashes, the Jeep continued to chase Daryl, but then they lost the trail. Last seen riding through the forest.
Background: This pick-up truck are owned by The Saviors members. Miles was heading to Alexandria with Roman, Jiro and a couple of Saviors members. The truck was seen blocking the road as Carol arrived, then The Saviors threatened Carol, but she shot them with a hidden gun later abandoned on road.
Last seen when Rick and Morgan arrived searching for Carol.
Background: This Vehicle found by the saviors at Woodbury (Off screen). This Chevrolet SUV are now beginning owned by The Saviors members. Seen for the first time in "Last Day on Earth" Used by The Saviors members to blocked the road to Rick's group RV.
Seen in "The Well" used by The Saviors teams arrived in a parking lot to take a shipment of slaughtered pigs from Ezekiel. and again in "Bury Me Here" to meet with The Kingdom's soldiers at the abandoned parking lot.
1997-2003 Ford F-150 SuperCab XLT
Owned by: The Saviors members, Governor's militia (Formerly)
Background: This military truck was owned by U.S National Guard. Used by The Saviors to assault Alexandria. Later used by Negan to escape Alexandria from firing shots. ( See "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life")
Background: This is the Ford E-350 truck owned by The Savior's members. Used when The Savior's visited Hilltop to get their supplies. On "Sing Me a Song" used by George and Chris, seen stopping on the road, then driven to Negan's compound. Jesus saw the truck and jumped inside to see Carl hiding in the spot in the back of the truck. Jesus poured syrup on the ground behind the truck to leave a trail. Then he jumped out of the truck and waved goodbye to Carl as the truck arrived at the compound. Carl picked a rifle and emerged from the hiding spot as The Saviors started to unload the truck. Then Carl shot George to force the other Saviors to meet Negan. Carl shot Chris 2 times and then was knocked down by Dwight. The truck was left at the compound afterwards and are currently still in use.
Background: Seen for the first time in "Consumed", Once Daryl and Noah distracted the walkers by setting a dumpster on fire, they found this truck and stole it. Daryl escaped with Noah on the truck towards ending. In "Crossed" it was later used to take them and their group (Rick, Noah, Sasha and Tyreese) back to Atlanta to rescue Carol and Beth at Grady Memorial Hospital. Daryl abandoned it after got back from Atlanta.
The Saviors members drives through the Safe-Zone as the gate opened, it might be used this truck to be searching for missing Daryl. Soon leaving at Safe-Zone afterwards. in "Rock in the Road". Seen in "The Other Side" Used again by The Saviors who arrived at the Hilltop in it. It was not seen afterwards most likely Not Used.
Background: Seen for the first time in "Welcome to the Tombs" being used to break two gates in the Prison. The vehicle was abandoned there at the prison after the Army flees. Same vehicles appears by The Saviors members after found and stolen at the Prison Yard (Off Screen).
Background: Used by Morgan Jones to transport Rick back to King Country Sheriff Department to look for Rick's key to enter into the department, supplies, weapons and Rick's car key. Later, this car was left behind at King County Sheriff Department in "Days Gone Bye".
The vehicle was not seen until "Clear", where it was used as a part Morgan's booby traps on King County. It was presumably left there by Morgan.
Background: A formation of three Apache Longbows flew over the highway where Lori, Carl, and Shane were stranded on shortly after they had left Atlanta. The helicopters flew in the direction of the city and were joined by two other Apaches, likely moving into support ground troops who were firebombing the streets in a failed attempt to clear Atlanta of the walkers.
Background: Taken by Welles' group of National Guardsmen when they left their camp after it was overrun. Later used by him, Sean, and Franklin to scout the area around the group's makeshift camp. During the flight, the helicopter experienced an engine malfunction and crashed in a forest. The crash was later found by a group of survivors from Woodbury, who took Welles back with them and later killed him.
Background: The Mexican Man and his family were attacked by zombies while on the bridge over Yellow Jacket Creek. His wife and baby were trapped in the car while he and his son were outside trying to fight the zombies. He, along with his family, were saved by Daryl Dixon while Merle Dixon watched. After the zombies were killed, Merle began to ransack the car while keeping the man and his son at bay with his gun. Merle was stopped by Daryl who raised his crossbow at him, allowing the father to drive away safely with his family. It's likely no longer to be seen again by the end of third season afterwards.
1995 Ford Explorer XLT
Owned by: N/A
Status: Abandoned (whole times)
Background: Merle discovered the car at an abandoned home. He opened it hoping that it might work, but then abandoned it and walked away with Michonne.
1947-1952 Ford 8N Series Tractor
Owned by: N/A
Used by: None
Background: The 8N series tractor was Inactive and abandoned in front of a shed at the homestead and discovered by Carol and Mika in "The Grove". It was seen heavily in the background where Lizzie murdered her sister in the hopes of showing that reanimated walkers are not dangerous. It is Inactive and abandoned the whole time throughout its appearance on the show.
The 8N Series was made by Ford between 1947 and 1952, and would go on to become the top selling tractor in North America.
Background: Used by Abraham during his time in the army. Later used by him, Rosita Espinosa, and Eugene Porter to travel to Washington, D.C. Along the way, they picked Glenn Rhee and Tara Chambler after they fought off several walkers. Several hours later, Glenn woke up and demanded that they stop the truck so he can go back and find Maggie. He and Abraham eventually began fighting, while Eugene noticed walkers beginning to converge on the group. As the rest of his companions were preoccupied with the fight, Eugene grabbed a rifle and started to wildly fire the zombies, hitting the truck several times and damaging the fuel tank. Abraham was unable to fix it, so they abandoned the truck and started off on foot back towards the bus from the prison.
Background: Abraham's Group discovered the van on the road, and they used to search Glenn and Tara. Rosita abandoned it after they arrived at the other end of the tunnel and left the van there, most likely because the gas ran out.
Background: The vehicle was possibly used by Martin while setting fireworks. When Carol Peletier and Tyreese Williams overheard Martin's conversation over the radio, they kidnapped him, Tyreese killing him afterwards. The car was abandoned next to the shack Martin was killed in.
Background: Was parked outside St. Sarah's Church until Abraham and Rosita managed to fix it and use it on their trip to Washington along with Eugene, Tara, Maggie, and Glenn. It flipped and Wrecked/Crashed on the road after its engine failed due to Eugene putting crushed glass in its fuel line; it began to burn shortly thereafter.
Background: Carol found this car abandoned on the road not far from the church, with a dead battery. She found a portable battery charger in the trunk and charged the car's battery in case the group needs to make a quick escape from the church. Later, Daryl caught her preparing to leave the group, when suddenly a car with a white cross on the back sped by. Recognizing it and realizing it is the same car that took Beth, he quickly smashed out the car's tail lights with his crossbow and told Carol to get in. They pursued the car into Atlanta. The vehicle has been abandoned after it run out of gas.
Background: The fire truck, also known as a 1988 Sutphen Deluge Pumper, was found parked outside a fire station blocking a door. Eugene used the water canon on the roof to push away and kill walkers that tried to bombard them from inside the fire station when Abraham drove the truck away from the door. Abraham then cleaned the air vent for body parts and headed towards DC once again with Eugene, (Rosita, Tara, Maggie, and Glenn.) It broke down on a road leading to several infested farms, leaving the group stranded. They eventually got the truck running again and returned to the church. They took the remaining members of the group to traveled to Grady Memorial Hospital. Abraham abandoned it after arriving at Grady Memorial Hospital Parking-Lot.
Background: It was discovered by Rick and stolen. The vehicle was used to transport (Rick, Noah, Tyreese, Michonne and Glenn) to Shirewilt Estates (Noah's home). The vehicle was then used to transport a bitten Tyreese away from the estates. During his hallucinations, Tyreese imagined Beth driving the vehicle with Bob sitting in the passenger's seat and Lizzie and Mika sitting beside Tyreese as he died. Rick later abandoned it and left it on the highway during their trip to DC.
Background: This Eagle Summit vehicle was abandoned at Del Arno Foods parking lot the whole Times. Daryl and Aaron hid in the Summit van to protect themselves from herds of walkers. Little time after Morgan spotted them trapped inside and rescued them using his fighting stick to kill herds of walkers. They abandoned the van and traveled back to Alexandria.
Background: This SUV was owned by Enid's family, and was seen stopping on the road as Enid’s parents tried to change the fuse. They were devoured by walkers off-screen, and Enid abandoned the car there afterwards.
Background: The W-900 A truck was used by The Wolves to crash through Alexandria Safe-Zone gate, but Spencer Monroe shoot the driver through the windshield before it happened. Instead, the truck crashed into the watching tower and Left Abandoned there as the horn started to blare and attract walkers to Safe-Zone. In "Thank You" as Michonne, Heath, Scott were finale arrived at Safe-Zone.
Background: This is the Ford E-350 truck that was owned by Sorghum barn, and was used by Rick Grimes and Daryl Dixon to drive to the gas station, check for other supplies and was used to pull the vending machine for checking other foods or drink supplies. It was stolen by Paul Rovia to escape the gas station. It was seen when Paul was changing the front wheels. Rick and Daryl then knock him out and tie him up on the road, leaving him behind on the side of the road. They then took back the truck from Paul, happy with themselves. Later on, Rick suddenly stops the truck and Paul falls off the roof, revealing he had been on the roof the whole time. Rick begins to chase Paul around an abandoned farm with the truck. They continue to fight for the truck, but eventually, the brakes are released and the truck falls into a nearby river. They leave it Sunk.
Background: This is the Ford possibly owned by Carl. Used by Carl Grimes to search for Enid, and used it to kill two walkers to save Enid, and crashed into a nearby post. Carl opened driver's window to meet Enid, then abandoned the car afterwards.
Background: One of the Isabelle personal Toyota vehicles. Isabelle stopped on the road as she noticed a line of zombies corpses. Later captured by Michonne and forced her to drop a their weapons, Michonne picks her gun to point at her face to force her to take Michonne to see Negan.
While Michonne pointed a gun at her face to ask her to started up, soon in few second Isabelle slapped the brake to fall into Michonne's trap. Later Michonne pulled her hair and banging her on steering wheel by traps with the guns on her face. Later Michonne picked up the gun again to points her head, while she needs to attention to Michonne to take her to meet Negan. Soon later abandoned it off-screen after Michonne executes Isabelle and dumps her body in the woods.
Background: In the middle of the night Sasha saw the AMC Gremlin car parked inside and playing the blaring music, but no one saw who drove the car through opened gate. Then Sasha tried to open the doors which were locked down by metal bars. Soon later Maggie used a tractor to roll down and destroyed the Gremlin car before the walkers came through the opened gate to The Hilltop, attracted by the music.
Background: One of the Hilltop Colony standard tractors. Used by Maggie Rhee to destroyed and rolling down to the AMC Gremlin car to stop the music before the walkers can come through the gate. Soon after abandoned there afterwards.
Background: Seen for the first time in "Thank You" as the vehicle was left abandoned at the abandoned town the entire times, While Heath started to check if the ignition might be working, Soon later He abandoned it afterwards.
The Blue Pontiac was not seen until "Rock in the Road". Rick Hot-Wired a Saviors blue Pontiac, and used it to drive fastest on the highway by 25 miles ahead to kill all Herds Walkers with cables by opposite sides of the highway with Michonne. Abandoned on the highway after Rick got back to the ChevroletSUV. Later destroyed with herds of walkers as the bomb exploded.
Background: Michonne hot-wired the black Buick and used it to drive on opposite sides of the highway with Rick, killing herds of walkers with cable. Abandoned on the highway after Michonne got back to the Chevrolet SUV.
Background: Rick tried to shift the car to neutral, but then saw a soldier walker crushed through the broken windshield, blocking the car. Rick pulled the walker off, tearing it apart. Then Rick and Michonne pushed the Crown Victoria towards the gap, as Rick realized that the brakes aren't working. Then a nearby walker with attached gun started firing at them, so Michonne jumped into the trunk as the car rolled down through the gap. The car was quickly surrounded by the walkers. Rick and Michonne emerged through the sun roof, leaving the car abandoned.