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Truck Driver 2: The Ultimate Guide to Customizing Your Truck in Euro Truck Simulator 2

Euro Truck Simulator 2 gives you the chance to become a real truck driver from the comfort of your home! Featuring licensed trucks with countless customization options and advanced driving physics, the game delivers an unparalleled driving experience which has put it in the spot of the most popular truck driving simulator on the market. In game world features numerous landmarks and precisely recreated territories to create the ultimate experience, making you feel as if you were driving the trucks in real life! But let's not be fooled - Euro Truck Simulator 2 is not only about driving - the economy in game allows you to create and grow your own transportation company exactly as you see fit - the opportunities are endless!

Euro Truck Simulator 2 features 7 licensed truck brands and a total of 15 unique truck models to drive - every one of these vehicles has been licensed from the manufacturer and recreated in detail to make you feel like driving a real truck.

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The game does not end after you buy your dream truck - Euro Truck Simulator 2 allows you to grow a vast shipping company from the comfort of your home - you have a full choice of drivers, fleet and the way your company grows.

Every truck can be customized in a countless number ranging from chassis configurations and cabs to colors and cosmetics. The sum of possible combinations allows everyone to tailor the trucks to their exact preferences.

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Currently the need for qualified truck drivers remains high in Wisconsin. The demand for truck drivers is expected to continually increase due to the retirement of current drivers and the increased need for freight-carrying services.

Additional program details: To prepare you to safely operate and maintain tractor-trailer and heavy trucks, the curriculum focuses on teaching driving and backing skills through classroom, lab, range and roadway experiences; online resources also assist with developing skills.

Currently the need for qualified truck drivers remains high in Wisconsin. The demand for truck drivers is expected to continually increase due to the retirement of current drivers and the increased need for freight-carrying services. Long-term drivers interested in running their own business can become independent owner-operators of their trucks.

  • Recruitment AgencyThe Recruitment Agency screen, showing available drivers for hire and their respective skills.Game(s) FeaturedEuro Truck Simulator 2

  • American Truck Simulator

FunctionMake truckers can find drivers to hire for your virtual company

When the driver has a truck they will start to work immediately. The driver will always attempt to schedule hauls from their home city out and then back again to minimize downtime, but occasionally no suitable cargo will be found for the return trip.

Under each driver's name you will find a rating that describes how efficient the driver is. As you train your driver in new skills and increase their training in existing skills, their rating will increase. As their rating increases, so too does their earned income.

Below the rating you will find the starting wage that the driver is asking. Whenever your new driver completes a job, this fee will be deducted from the job income along with any fuel and toll expenses. As the driver gains rating and skills, the wage will go up accordingly.

The final information displayed about each available driver is their skills. These will go up in time, but it is still a good idea to get a driver with a variety of skills. Long distance is the most wanted skill for making money, then ADR. Even eco driving can make a difference.

The default setting for skill improvements of a hired driver is "Balanced". You can find it on driver's detail in Driver Manager section of your Company Manager. It's recommended to change it to more specific skill, like Long distance or ADR.

Euro Truck Simulator 2 is a truck simulator game developed and published by SCS Software for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS and was initially released as open development on 18 October 2012.[2] The game is a direct sequel to the 2008 game Euro Truck Simulator and it is the second video game in the Truck Simulator series. The game is non-linear with basic premise of the game being that the player can drive one of a choice of articulated trucks across a condensed depiction of Europe, picking up cargo from various locations and delivering it. As the game progresses, it is possible for the player to buy more vehicles and depots, as well as hire other drivers to work for them.

Euro Truck Simulator 2 is a truck driving simulator with business management elements. Players drive articulated trucks in an open world rendition of Europe, delivering loads to a designated locations in order to be compensated with money and experience points. The payload must be delivered to the destination within a given amount of time, and with the least amount of damage to the goods as possible, in order to get the most money and experience points possible.[4] Players will have to spend money on refuelling, toll costs in certain countries, and maintenance costs if damage is incurred.

Money earned in the game can be spent on upgrading or purchasing new customizable trucks and ownable trailers, hiring non-player character drivers to take on deliveries, buying more garages and expanding them to accommodate more trucks and drivers.[4] The skills of the drivers hired by the player also grow with experience and the player can create a huge fleet of the trucks, each with the option of having their own trailer, and drivers to drive the fleet, in turn, expanding the business across Europe.

The player gains experience points after each delivery. A skill point is awarded after each level-up. Skill points can be used to unlock deliveries that require different ADR classes, longer distance deliveries, special cargo loads, fragile cargo loads, deliveries that are urgent and eco-driving. This progression allows the player to take on better-paying jobs. The base game features 71 cities in twelve countries, over twenty types of cargo and over fifteen fictional European companies. There are seven items of map downloadable content (DLC) that expand the game to more countries and locations, and multiple other truck and trailer DLCs.

SCS Software has released several other minor expansion packs. Euro Truck Simulator 2 can be enhanced with several paint job packs for trucks, ranging from seasonal repaints to nation-themed repaints.[citation needed]

Other expansion packs expand the game with licensed content from real-life manufacturers: Feldbinder Trailer Pack,[45] Krone Trailer Pack,[46] Schwarzmüller Trailer Pack,[47] with additional tire, wheel and truck parts modifications from Goodyear, HS-Schoch and Michelin. In addition, special tuning packs are available for each truck manufacturer besides Iveco and MAN. These packs add more tuning options, ranging from bullbars to branded mugs[48] to all trucks of the selected brand, except for the Renault tuning pack, which only features new tuning parts for the newest Renault Range T truck.[49]

There are several expansion packs that expand the functionality of the game, including Cabin Accessories DLC (which allows players to personalize their truck interiors), and two DLCs that allow transport of heavy cargo: Heavy Cargo DLC and Special Transport DLC (also available for American Truck Simulator; consisting of even heavier cargo that exceed regular cargo regulations with escort vehicles that will help guide the player deliver cargo at short distances). With this DLC, the dynamic is separate from the regular gameplay. Players can take special jobs, during which they cannot make stops at rest areas, gas stations or deviate away from escort vehicles.[citation needed]

In a review for Destructoid, Jim Sterling praised the game's accessibility, noting how easy the GPS and map features were to use, as well as the option to stream European internet radio, and the multitude of control options available. They also praised the graphics, stating that "[f]rom the shape of the traffic lights to the atmosphere of the backdrops, there's a sense of individuality to each new territory you uncover, and the trucks themselves are lovingly recreated with an intricate level of detail", although they did criticise the AI of the other vehicles on the road.[51]

The crash happened on Oct. 17, 2019, killing two people from South St. Paul. According to the criminal compliant, a witness driving westbound on Highway 55 saw a semi-tuck waiting to turn left onto Doyle Path as a dump truck approached. Fonji, the driver of the dump truck, hit a pickup truck and another car before stopping side-by-side with the semi-truck.

The crash reconstruction report found that Fonji would have been traveling at least 55 mph when he hit the pickup truck, veering it off the roadway into a ditch. Fonji's dump truck then struck the victims' car, pushing it into the semi-truck and splitting it in half. The report also found that there were no weather or road conditions that contributed to the crash, and the driver should have been able to slow and stop before reaching the traffic ahead of him. Another contributing factor could be the driver's distraction by a phone.

A Minnesota State Patrol Trooper came to the scene around 12:20 p.m. and saw a semi-truck angled across the lanes, a dump truck, and a crushed passenger vehicle that was spilt in half and smashed between the two trucks.

Two days after the crash, an employee of the landfill contacted a state trooper to describe the defendant and report the assigned truck number involved in the crash. The employee shared that Fonji had come through her station three times on the day of the crash and was on his phone every time. She said she told him to stop using his phone each time she saw it in his hand since the landfill has a "no phone" policy, the charges say.


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