Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

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Scania_Enthusiest
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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#11 Post by Scania_Enthusiest » 11 May 2014 23:19

www.oztrucksim.com is a group of people making a stand-alone map of australia for euro truck. Check it out!
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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#12 Post by SweetErin » 11 May 2014 23:26

There hasn't been any updates on the map since september, i'm pretty sure it's dead

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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#13 Post by Scania_Enthusiest » 12 May 2014 22:56

They said that last year, but i think its still slowly plodding along :)
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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#14 Post by Redtail_foxaroo » 06 Aug 2014 21:57

gerbiepiep wrote: *snip* Although im fairly sure, with all the straight never ending roads with nothing in sight there, plenty would probably fall asleep. :lol: *snip*
Actually, where there are a few really long straight sections most of the roads in Australia are not straight, not flat and not easy to run on. most of our interstate 'highways' are just normal 2 lane roads and with all the idiot car drivers, both those who were born here and those who are migrants/tourists, continue to make driving a truck in Australia one of the more dangerous professions in the world.

I speak from experience, this is an industry i have worked in

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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#15 Post by DocMoriarty » 19 Jan 2015 18:44

An Australian Truck Simulator would certainly be great. Would like to drive some road trains.

Canada (with some snowy areay) and Alaska (ice roads, snow) should be a DLC for ATS though.

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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#16 Post by GearJammer55 » 19 Jan 2015 20:31

I'd go for that :D . An updated version of Extreme Trucker 2? 8-)
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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#17 Post by Ivanko1 » 24 Aug 2015 09:58

ARTS - Australian Road Train Simulator would be great!
Especially with hook and unhook this many trailers (with autoparking who don't want to do this), dirty roads with many wild animals and kangaroo, amazing landscapes, sea and airports, tonns of cargo and supplies. It must be REAL tough truck simulator, with long-long-long deserted distances on a heavy roads, or with only lines.
Secret roads, like in 18WOS, also will be great!

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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#18 Post by atsfan » 18 Nov 2015 08:51

MartinoPio wrote:http://www.extremetrucker2.com/

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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#19 Post by Driver080 » 14 May 2016 10:11

For an Australian Truck Simulator to be realistic you would need

*Major interstate routes with huge dips and craters that smash your truck to pieces

*Truck stops, roadhouses and truck parking areas FULL of cars towing caravans, boat trailers etc, so when you get there there are no empty spaces and you have to keep driving

*Ridiculous fines for trivial things like your mudflaps being 10mm too short, or having the wrong software version in your truck's ECM

*Absolutely zero parking for large trucks in any capital cities

*Razor thin profits and cut throat competition meaning most weeks you have to work 7 days a week just to stay ahead

*Constant waves of abuse on talk back radio, and over the cb, by people who know nothing about trucking but love to hate those who drive them

Just to name a few

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Re: Australian and Canadian Truck Simulators

#20 Post by Tiger313 » 02 Jun 2016 18:12

Bahaha @ Driver080 :lol:

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