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Truck Simulator: A Simulation Game that Challenges Your Endurance, Skill and Speed


Euro Truck Simulator 2 gives you the chance to become a real truck driver from the comfort of your home! Featuring licensed trucks with countless customization options and advanced driving physics, the game delivers an unparalleled driving experience which has put it in the spot of the most popular truck driving simulator on the market. In game world features numerous landmarks and precisely recreated territories to create the ultimate experience, making you feel as if you were driving the trucks in real life! But let's not be fooled - Euro Truck Simulator 2 is not only about driving - the economy in game allows you to create and grow your own transportation company exactly as you see fit - the opportunities are endless!


Euro Truck Simulator 2 features 7 licensed truck brands and a total of 15 unique truck models to drive - every one of these vehicles has been licensed from the manufacturer and recreated in detail to make you feel like driving a real truck.




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The game does not end after you buy your dream truck - Euro Truck Simulator 2 allows you to grow a vast shipping company from the comfort of your home - you have a full choice of drivers, fleet and the way your company grows.


Every truck can be customized in a countless number ranging from chassis configurations and cabs to colors and cosmetics. The sum of possible combinations allows everyone to tailor the trucks to their exact preferences.


The VS600M truck simulator is modeled on a standard truck cabin. It consists of a fully functional pneumatic driver seat with all typical controls, a seat belt, pedals and a fully adjustable (height and tilt) steering column with integrated flashers and trailer hand brake.


A range of truck models, engine performances, transmission configurations, differentials and payloads is provided. The simulator reproduces realistic vehicle behaviors under different loading conditions and replicates the effects of gravity during hill driving.


The full set of dashboard instruments, gauges and warning lights are simulated graphically, allowing the user to select different truck types or cabin configurations without the need to change any hardware.


Virage Simulation has created a new simulator industry standard with its gear shifter simulation. The force on the shifter varies as a function of the torque applied to the transmission. Pulling the lever gently before clutching or releasing the gas pedal allows for a smooth transition of the lever to the neutral position, as in the real truck. Improper gear synchronization results in realistic jerking on the lever and refusal to shift into gear.


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The visual system is a key component of the training simulator. A properly designed visual system increases the level of realism, provides accurate cues for speed and distance assessment and reduces Simulator Adaptation Syndrome.


A state-of-the-art motion / vibration system is a standard feature of the VS600M truck simulator. The combination of motion and vibration cues enhances the immersive experience and improves the overall speed perception.


Vehicle engine vibrations are simulated as a function of the RPM. Vibrations from the tires on the road surface changes as a function of the vehicle speed and road surface and are transmitted through the seat, steering wheel and the simulator platform.


The advanced technology of the Virage Simulation driving simulators makes this comprehensive training approach both possible and cost efficient. Our Instructor Guide documents the training objectives and performance criteria of each scenario in order to maintain consistent and uniform teaching standards between different trainers.


The simulator scenarios cover basic driver training, evaluation and advanced training under different road, traffic and weather conditions. Lessons and objective evaluations can be performed with or without an instructor. Scenario design is based on proven pedagogical principles. Special attention is given to shifting, maneuvering in confined areas and advanced training such as energy efficient driving (ecodrive) and hazard perception.


The pneumatic brake system schematic provides a real-time, fully interactive and complete representation of the vehicle braking system. As the learners operate the brakes of the truck simulator they will feel the consequences of their actions and have a detailed view, unavailable to them in the real truck, of how the braking system functions.


Combined with the truck instrumentation and a training program to test learners on their understanding of system malfunctions, our pneumatic brake system schematic offers the ideal solution to help train learners become proficient at performing thorough pre-drive checks.


Taking on projects such as ours puts us under a lot of pressure to recreate reality in the highest level of detail possible - the truck physics, proper artificial intelligence for traffic flows, focusing on the nitty-gritty details of country-specific traffic laws or staying true to real-life sceneries and landmarks.


Truck Simulator is a vehicle simulation game series created by SCS Software. The first title in the series, Euro Truck Simulator, was released on 29 August 2008 for Microsoft Windows and OS X and the first European-truck simulation established gameplay. The sequel to Euro Truck Simulator, Euro Truck Simulator 2, was released on 19 October 2012 for Microsoft Windows and in 2013 for Linux.[1] It is the successor to the developer's previous truck simulation series 18 Wheels of Steel.


After this, players can start taking jobs from various fictitious companies and delivering cargo to various cities in their starting country to earn money. This money can then be spent on a new truck, upgrading the current truck, expanding the business to other countries, and obtaining a license to drive flammables and chemicals.


The game features European truck models with working instruments such as flashing indicators, temperature and low fuel warning lights, wipers, and gauges. The trucks included are fictionalized variants of the Mercedes-Benz Actros (known as Majestic), the Renault Magnum (known as Runner), the Scania R-series (known as Swift), and the Volvo FH16 (known as Valiant).


At first, the player can only take what are known as quick jobs. These quick jobs involve the delivery of trailers and goods from one factory (garage) to another (usually involves delivery between different town and states). The quick jobs are offered by logistics and delivery companies in the game and all fuel, servicing, and highway toll fees and costs are paid by the employer (the delivery companies). Therefore, when doing quick jobs, no paying of tolls, fuel, and servicing fees are required. As the player earns money or takes out bank loans, they can eventually afford to buy themselves a truck, which they can buy from truck dealers and truck showrooms (note that the truck dealers and showrooms must be 'discovered' first). With enough money, players can acquire a home garage, and start making more money by delivering cargo using their own truck instead of just being a driver for hire (freight market). Money earned in the game can be spent on upgrading or purchasing new trucks, hiring NPC drivers to take on deliveries (relevant employment agency must be 'discovered' first), buying more garages, and expanding the home garage to accommodate more trucks.


The game included two new truck companies, Scania and Renault Trucks, with MAN returning from the original game. DAF, Iveco, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo trucks were not officially licensed and had their names changed to DAV, Ivedo, Majestic, and Valiant, respectively. Later updates included the official license for DAF, Iveco, and Volvo, and the official branding for the DAF XF, Volvo FH16, and Iveco Stralis.[9][10] In January 2013, SCS Software announced a downloadable content package called Going East!, expanding the game map into Eastern Europe. The DLC saw the introduction of thirteen new cities across Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and a new country, Hungary, and was released in September 2013. Unusually, Mercedes-Benz did not want their name to be in Euro Truck Simulator 2,[citation needed] and were still referred to as "Majestic". The Mercedes-Benz license was added to the game with version 1.18.1.


American Truck Simulator takes place in North America, and features over 150 cities. The game features American-style conventional trucks, instead of the European cab over trucks found in the previous two games, and was released on 2 February 2016.[11]


It's hard to explain the appeal of the various Truck Simulator games to someone who hasn't played them. They're almost like chill-out games, an experience where you do all the thinking at the start (your route and cargo) before relaxing for a while with the radio and watching the scenery drift by. I'm sure the actual trucking life is very different but, to me, these games are all about achieving a kind of highway zen.


SCS talks about how Schneider National fits into providing interesting organic details to the game world, before we get to the real reason. Apparently there's a lack of truck drivers, and this allows SCS Software "to assist the need of the trucking industry in general considering the current shortage of skilled professionals."


Player reaction is split, though I would say broadly on the positive side. Those who don't like it are the sort that don't want IRL ads in the game at all. Others appreciate the extra immersion that in-game ads can add to something like American Truck Simulator which, lest we forget, is a simulation of driving a truck across a country that rather likes a billboard. It was ATS fan Pasquale who saw through the noise, though, and saw the big picture behind SCS's announcement: "Maybe one day we could drive a real truck over the internet!"


The reworked Kiel has undergone a complete transformation after being rebuilt from the ground up. The surrounding roads and highways have been revamped, along with the layout of the city, which provides a new driving route through a residential area that leads to a bustling shopping zone and the heart of the city. The market zone features a service station and a supermarket depot, catering to all truckers' needs.


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