Colorado Discussion Thread

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#541 Post by HRTrucking » 16 May 2020 23:19

DAF in danger?? Don't think they're in ATS or in the US :) .

Would be good to see more new companies and deliverable places in ATS.

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#542 Post by flight50 » 17 May 2020 01:30

DAF is not in ATS nor the US. I never said they were. The point I was making is the association with both DAF and Volvo which are both companies that have business on 2 different continents.

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#543 Post by natvander » 17 May 2020 01:41

The Kenworth and Peterbilt cab-overs look pretty "DAF" to me...
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#544 Post by Larry71490 » 17 May 2020 02:34

@natvander because they are rebadged DAFs with DAF interiors.

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#545 Post by natvander » 17 May 2020 03:29

@Larry71490 I realise that... ;)
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#546 Post by Larry71490 » 17 May 2020 03:30

European design has dominated the medium duty market for years in the U.S.

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#547 Post by interstate trav » 17 May 2020 06:08

Having brewery’s would be exciting. I’m really curious what Colorado will bring as far as the 70 Denver and after seeing the pictures with the Eisenhower tunnel I’m excited

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#548 Post by KnuteOle » 19 May 2020 19:11

Speaking of breweries, I see this guy in downtown Boise a lot:

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The truck always reminds me of my civic duty to drink beer. Ideally, a truckload of beer.

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#549 Post by supersobes » 19 May 2020 19:56

Beverage trailers like that would definitely be a nice addition to ATS. That along with single axle drive chassis (4x2) would make for some cool local delivery configurations for the day cabs.
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#550 Post by flight50 » 19 May 2020 22:31

Unless ATS got 4x2's and a 1:1 map, I am fine with not seeing side loaders. Side loaders are pretty much 100% local and the game just isn't set up for local deliveries to have any type of enjoyment from that for most people.

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