5 Reel Drive Slot Review, RTP & Features

Slot Info

Software Microgaming
Min Bet Per Line0.25
Bet Range2.25 - 18
Game FeaturesWild Symbol, Scatter

When it comes to finding a slot that keeps things simple, you won’t find many more that are better at getting to the point than 5 Reel Drive. You will not be shocked to learn that this is a 5 reel game and there is a slight driving theme to it. The icons and graphics have a carton style with chequered flags, tumbling dice, food, cars and drivers all playing a part in the game. If you are looking for a fun and laid-back game that harks at America and its love of powerful cars and entertainment, this slot will appeal to you.

This is a Microgaming slot and as already pointed out; there are 5 reels in the game. There are 9 paylines to look out for and the maximum coin size is 9. The maximum jackpot to be gained in the game is 10,000 coins and it is fair to say that this is a simple and straightforward slot. There is not much in the way of free spins or bonuses to look out for but if you enjoy playing for big money this game has the added edge that sees you lining up to play time and time again.

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Special Features

There are some versions of this game, which connects into the Microgaming progressive jackpot, so if you are on the prowl for big money, make sure you find the right game.


The wild symbol is the yellow road sign and as you would expect, this will substitute for all other symbols apart from the scatter.


The scatter symbol is a police car and if that isn’t enough of a warning for you, the car has the word Scatter written around it, so even when the pace of the game gets a little bit frantic, you will know what to look out for.


5 Reel Drive Screenshot


5 Reel Drive Paytable


This may be a classic slots game but it still stands up rather well. This was one of the first Microgaming slots to introduce the scatter symbol and any player that prefers to focus on gameplay as opposed to the bells and whistles of some of the modern slots will find 5 Reel Drive to be a great option. Granted, these days it does feel a little dated, but is still a good play for those looking for a slot a little more stripped back.