Truck stops have served highway drivers for many years, providing fuel, food, and a place to rest for many weary travelers. Found along the highways of America, these stops have evolved into more than just a place to fill up the tank. From the small roadside fuel pump islands to large plazas with multiple amenities, major chains have developed, offering services across the country.
Each truck stop often has its own unique features to help drivers feel relaxed, such as a certain color or design that allows those who frequently experience a familiar feeling of being somewhere they know.
Just like their real-life counterparts, you will find many of these virtual truck stops on the highways and interstates of our upcoming DLC, Idaho. Each comes with their own unique look and feel and of course a place where truckers can fuel up and take a rest during their journeys. While you are fueling up, you may notice there is more space than before as each of the truck stops has been revisited to allow for a more realistic feel.
During your travels in Idaho, you will also come across new traffic light designs that are unique to the several cities they are found in. Although this may seem like a very minor change, drivers often spend a lot of time looking at the lights, so a change in design or looks can be very pleasing for most.
If you are ready to explore Idaho for American Truck Simulator, make sure to add it to your Steam Wishlist. You can also find exclusive pictures from Idaho posted across our Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram profiles.
And as promised, we've just released a small update for both Euro Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator that contains a new cabin accessory items for all those who achieved their personal goal in our recent #TruckAtHome event! Once again we'd like to thank all of those who participated in this event! Stay awesome, stay healthy, and if you can, #TruckAtHome so we all can help the world get back to normal.