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#1 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Jan 2020 06:17

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This topic seeks to accumulate knowledge about Vatican, the smallest country in the world.
Vatican also has truck trailer loads.
   Vatican also has its own Urban road system, perhaps not playable today, but in the future.
  The accumulation of knowledge about countries may allow SCS Software in the future to develop in more detail the games, including ETS2.

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Christmas Transportation History. https://www.faymonville.com/success-sto ... o-vatican/
  The link directs you to the manufacturer of the large Christmas tree transport trailer. And other important information, such as; the tree protection system during transport.
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#2 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Jan 2020 06:46

Vatican.
---------- CHRISTMAS SPECIAL LOAD. ---------

The main cargo for the Vatican is the large Christmas cargo.

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  The great cargo of Christmas from the Vatican consists in the transport of a Christmas pine that is offered by some European country of its forest, then sent to the city of the Vatican.
  It is one of the rare times in the year that heavy-duty trailer truck in the country.

The cargo "the great Christmas pine", goes to St. Peter's Square, in the Vatican capital which is the Vatican city.
  It is in St. Peter's Square that the large Christmas pine is unloaded, and is then removed from the trailer by crane trucks.
Then positioned carefully, properly in the center of the great square of the country.

Finally it will be adorned for Christmas.

  Possessing this SPECIAL TRANSPORT, this Christmas-time country in the ETS2 game would be perfect for the game during SCS Software's Christmas event in the virtual world.

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Transporting the special Christmas cargo from some European country to the Vatican.
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The Christmas special transport is always carried out as the real-life team, with two drivers, it is a trip that takes at least a week, for example between Poland and Vatican being guided even at night.


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Arrival in Vatican, Vatican City, St. Peter's Square.


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Preparing to leave Vatican after special Christmas delivery.


  Note that the trailer is not disengaged from the truck, meaning the driver must move somewhere else.
This is in ETS 2 would mean, leave the Vatican country and park on the outskirts of the capital city of Rome.
Another case already leave the Vatican for next load or leave the trailer at the player's local company or another.

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#3 Post by bobgrey1997 » 12 Jan 2020 08:10

This has already been discussed.
The Vatican is too small/insignificant in the truck industry to put in the effort and time to try to squeeze it in.
The entire area is half the size of Central Park in Manhattan, New York City. Now decide that by 20 (the game is in 1:20 scale), MAYBE by 3 (some cities are at 1:3 scale) and you have the final size of the area in-game. That is simply not enough room to make it look right.
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#4 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Jan 2020 08:52

The Vatican may be insignificant to the truck industry, it really has no resale within the territory.

 A culturally important country for all Europeans, the Vatican has the most significant Christmas TREE in all of Europe.

 Transporting the Christmas tree to St. Peter's Square, being recreated in Euro Truck 2, will at some point be magical, will be very enjoyable for players.
 I understand that you are asking questions of scale, but remember that the map is getting bigger and bigger, getting more and more detailed, and this is important.

  If ETS2 wants to be a real European simulator, which has each European country, to be able to have logic and have a connection with reality.

 Because simulators are games that are based on reality.
 European reality has these small and significant countries.
SCS Software, in my view should pursue these goals of having small countries on your map, this is not something to be done tomorrow, or two years from now, but it should be done sometime.

 Because Europe is also of small countries, Europe is also made of loads of great significance.
 SCS Software's Christmas event would be much more exciting with this wonderful load from some European country to VATICAN, always a rare annual long-distance JOB.
It would be the most anticipated of the year.

It is not because the United States does not have a Christmas tradition of this European Christmas level, or the American conception of thinking that only large countries should be on the map.
The American conception should not be applied to Europe.

  European countries have a Europe-oriented tradition where Christmas is a big event of the year, and they all follow the Christmas load to the Vatican.
  Simply the geographical concepts of American Truck Simulator do not apply to Euro Truck Simulator 2 the reality of Europe is totally different and small countries like Vatican, Monaco, are important.

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#5 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Jan 2020 09:42

Vatican.
---------------------------- The big load of christmas ----------------------------------------------------------------

Join us to follow up on how the transport of the special Christmas cargo of Europe was carried out in 2017!

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4SbCfj ... e=youtu.be[/youtube]

  The route of the trip involves Poland as the place of departure of the cargo and is arriving at Vatican City in the Vatican country.

The company transported the 25-meter long tree from Poland to the Vatican in a Faymonville VarioMAX low semi-trailer.
The spruce was placed in three specially designed adjustable metal frames (at the front, middle and rear of the semi-trailer).
The structure allowed to adjust the load precisely, after placing it in the vehicle, and fasten it with ropes, and conveyor belts, finally plastic mesh.
It covered a distance of 2650 km, crossed several countries to finally reach Rome and Vatican City.

Where the load passed aroused great curiosity, and joy to the people.

  This is proof that the Christmas burden for the Vatican is an extremely important burden for European societies.

  Therefore should be in the game ETS 2, we hope that at some future time.
We hope this information will enable SCS Software to grace the public of ETS 2 game players with the Vatican, and this incredible, very rare SPECIAL TRANSPORT - TREE that
the gaming system would only open once a year during the Christmas season.

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First fully customized truck, held the first Christmas delivery at St. Peter's Square in the Vatican.
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#6 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Jan 2020 10:38

Vatican
---------- The myth: "Vatican without truck loads" ----------

Italian and foreign trucks also enter the Vatican country.

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Flowers leaving the Keukenhof in Netherlands destined for the Vatican. Link: http://tgcmc.newsweaver.co.uk/gtnxtra/1 ... t=20355365

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The best known are the very well recorded Christmas deliveries annually. Highlight for the Christmas load from Germany in 2013 and Poland 2017.

Regular truck and trailer loads mainly enter Porta del Perugino (Perugino's door) and load and unload at Santa Marta Square (except for special goods such as Christmas decorations, which are unloaded directly at St. Peter's Square).
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Vatican cargo truck
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--------------------------------- Vatican Television -----------------------------

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The Vatican itself has a small fleet of trucks, a truck and a semi-trailer used by Vatican Television that deserves mention, and other rigid trucks still used by Vatican Television.


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Fleet of small rigid trucks for transporting goods from within the country between its territories and abroad.

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  Fleet of electric mini trucks for domestic use in the country.

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#7 Post by bobgrey1997 » 12 Jan 2020 11:56

You say that they should add EVERY tiny country to be considered a "simulator". This is a lie. A simulator does not have to be EXACT to reality. It is called Euro Truck Simulator because it simulates the act of driving a European truck in Europe. None of that means that ALL of Europe has to be included or that everything has to be as it is in reality.
Yes, the map is getting larger, but the scale is staying exactly as it is. This means that new areas can be added to increase the amount of road to drive, but they are still limited to how much can fit in any given area and they have to set priorities based on that. These small and insignificant areas simply don't get included because they can't fit when much more important things are already in their place. And a single Christmas tree, no matter how large, does not give it the significance it needs. Why would SCS waste that valuable space so that you can take TWO deliveries per year (bring the tree to the location, then take it away)?
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#8 Post by Unknown# » 12 Jan 2020 12:11

@bobgrey1997 - Knowing @plinio.lisboa.br, they'll keep on brushing that off and continue on like you weren't even there.

It's futile, is what I'm getting at.

Yes, it is dumb to do research for such a insignificant place like the Vatican (in the case of the 1:20 map that ETS2 has, that is), but if they want to keep bringing in information about the place, even if there's no guarantee it'll be used, then there's no choice but to let them be.

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#9 Post by bobgrey1997 » 12 Jan 2020 13:58

More like a guarantee that it WON'T be used.
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#10 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Jan 2020 16:47

---------- Christmas ornaments -------
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STI is one of the companies that travel with deliveries to and from the Vatican.
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While in 2017 the Christmas tree was transported from Poland to the Vatican. Christmas ornaments were transported
from the Italian city of Verona to the Vatican.

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The Vatican decorations for the Christmas tree which is always accessible on December 7th.
The two trucks in the heart of Vatican in St. Peter's Square with glowing spheres, garlands, lanterns, red ribbons and Christmas stars.

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