Agreed but the more and more I keep looking at the wind turbine components, the more it seems like they ported over the exact models from ETS2 with Vitas without changing anything. The wind turbines parts are huge in real life. Its about 2.5-3 times larger than what SCS models are. I have to agree the sizes are underestimated. Check out the reference pics below of the assemble in real life. Note how the wind turbines are as tall as the crane boom arm. Now look at the SCS models in the few screenshot. Granted they are not fully assembled, the crane arm will still be several feet/meters above them. The base segments are really not that large/long if you look at the ones on the ground and in the blog that featured the wind turbine plant a few weeks back here. In the SCS screen shots compared to the real segments on trailers the towers and other components are close to the same scales at all.
See how the cranes tower over the wind turbines irl. The turbines are way undersized in the game so far looking in from the outside. The towers should be adjusted to be more realistic to the crane height itself. I have only had the opportunity to witness blade transport on Dallas roads but they are just like the pics in the ATS Special transport thread I post here. Some of the same pics I post in this thread but there is more over in that original ST thread. I understand there is a limit to how large things can be in these games but the longest cargo we can take should at least be the length of the longest trailer which in ATS is a 12 axle setup. 9 axle trailer setup and 3 on the truck. These is the same that hauls the large blue silo and others for ST loads. The blade can at least be that long as well as tower segments. Whether SCS uses the heavy haul trailer or make a new tube extension type trailer, it should be as long as the 9 axle trailer at least imo. That is as good as a challenge we can get in ATS and still manage turns.
If SCS makes this new tube trailer, it can go for I-beams for bridges and large skyscrapers if we ever get those type of prefabs for the largest cities in the US. Imo, the top 20-30 cities in the US should have huge skscrapper prefabs in which we can take delivers to.
Note the two below. The real life tower base has more girth and is a solid piece at shown. The SCS one is 2 pieces and slimmer. Use the car/truck to compare girth of base. The base is much wider irl. It as wider than the box truck. The components need to be scaled based on the size of the trailers hauling them for more accuracy. We really shouldn't be getting turbine parts on flatbeds.