Does anyone know a good alternative to Porcha 911 font which is free for commercial use?

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    If you are looking for free fonts to use commercially, your best bet is probably to avoid sites like dafont. Instead have a look at google fonts, or fontlibrary. These have a good selection of fonts with free/open source /SIL open font licences, etc, which can be used commercially. Obviously you might not find something exactly the same, but perhaps a similar look - wide/flat square type sans-serif fonts.
    – Billy Kerr
    Commented Aug 9, 2021 at 12:13

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Not exact matches, but I found these. All free for commercial use.

From most to least similar:

Hope any of them fits your needs!


I have not been able to find any similar free fonts, but if you can spend a few bucks and tolerate some differences, see:

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