@Medved Your crashes are a result of a bad mod, simply put one or more of the cars is causing your game to crash. Remove all of the cars or mods and install them or the packs one by one while stress testing the game after each addition. By stress test I mean driver around, shoot, and blow stuff up for about 45min or 1hr. If you dont crash keep adding another until a crash accrues. Then you will know which mod is the culprit. I had this same issue as you but then realized that not all mods are created equal or "well". Its a tedious process but its possible to have as many mods as you want "within the game's memory limit". I myself have 200+ replaced cars and about another 100 add on cars on top of texture mods and scripts and have not experienced a crash since I weeded out the bad ones.
@Yogeshk i would but i dont have gameconfig mod i reinstall the game and i fix it i would want something like umm
Like no crash mod from pc cause my pc was made out of idmax gaming pc its not much it lags me a bit but yeah
@xianxian2 mostly likely if the mod belongs from other site, you have to post over the LSPDFR forum. If the mod is from GTA5mods.com check for conflicting mods and maybe some more information on the vehicle mod.