Google maps truckspotting

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#611 Post by supersobes » 10 Oct 2020 15:51

Check out this cool Peterbilt grain hauler! :o

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#612 Post by Larry71490 » 10 Oct 2020 17:26

@supersobes correct when they tore down the TA in Troutville that was when White's in Raphine expanded their lot. I live 2 hours from Roanoke and still don't understand why they did what they did. Should of left it well enough alone!

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#613 Post by Skoot » 10 Oct 2020 20:03

Found a cool Peterbilt 387 for you to stare on.
https://maps.app.goo.gl/ALDrKjrdPVecn7S1A

So I actually recalled that this nonsense is fun. Here we go then, I-70 through the Rockies of Colorado. That's it for now. Might be continued.

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#615 Post by supersobes » 13 Oct 2020 20:19

Here's some on Interstate 66 in Virginia.

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#616 Post by Larry71490 » 14 Oct 2020 14:22

@supersobes short hood Cascadia with a sleeper is quite common actually.

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#617 Post by supersobes » 19 Oct 2020 02:11

Here's a cool Pete 389 in rural Pennsylvania: https://www.google.com/maps/@39.9180251 ... 384!8i8192

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#618 Post by supersobes » 20 Oct 2020 01:13

It's always nice and relaxing listening to some some good music and doing some Google Maps truck spotting on some rural highways in Pennsylvania and Virginia. :D I also found a cool road sign at the junction of US-15 and I-70 in Frederick. ;)

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#620 Post by Skoot » 25 Oct 2020 11:38

supersobes wrote:
23 Oct 2020 00:20
  • Here's a very cool Peterbilt 379 with a b-double flatbed heading Southbound on I-5 in Washington.
I ran an extremely similar setup in ATS some time ago.
[*]Here's a Peterbilt 579, a Volvo VNL, and an International LT making their way though a rainstorm on the I-10 viaduct in Mississippi.
Pretty epic shot. "It was a heavy rain on Mississippi's I-10 with a Volvo in Monfort lane, five-seven-nine Pete with a reefer on and a 'Binder with a can..." :)
[*]Here's a nice International LoneStar. You can tell this one is an older model year because of the mirrors. I use to hate these LoneStars, but after driving it for a while in ATS, I actually quite like it. :D
Same story here. Generations should be determined by the doors and other parts though - current Lonestar has an option for these C-brace mirrors (which I'd like to see in the game).

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