California is the most populous US state with 39 million people, and the third largest state by area 158,706 sq. mi.
California's transportation system is complex and dynamic, known for its car culture and extensive network of freeways and roads. The rapidly growing population of the state is straining all of its transportation networks.
California has 168,076 mi (270,492 km) of public roads, streets, and highways. 20 huge cities and small towns waiting to be explored, including Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco and others. Drive the varied set of roads - from narrow ones to the Pacific Coast Highway, known as State Route 1 it runs north/south quite literally hugging the coastline for the most part.
Pass multiple landmarks including scenic places, well know bridges and historical buildings. Explore the geographic diversity - from the Sierra Nevada mountains to the Pacific Coast, from fir forests to the desert.
Nevada (Spanish for "snow covered") is the 7th most extensive (110,561 sq. mi), the 35th most populous (2,890,845 people), and the 9th least densely populated of the 50 United States. The economy of Nevada is tied to tourism (especially entertainment and gambling related), mining and cattle ranching. Nevada was founded on mining and re-founded on sin - beginning with prizefighting and easy divorce a century ago and later extending to gaming and prostitution.
There are 37,854 miles of public roads and streets in Nevada. The major highways, I-80 and I-15, link Salt Lake City with Reno and Las Vegas, respectively.
Discover the Silver State with its 10 biggest urban centers Las Vegas, Carson City and Reno. Cross The Strip - the famous row of casinos in the fabulous city of Las Vegas. Drive through the colorful desert to the distant horizon. Feel the serene, open and peaceful scenery with hillbilly trailer parks and rolling tumbleweeds.
Arizona (Navajo: Hoozdo Hahoodzo) is the sixth largest and the 14th most populous of the 50 states. Southern Arizona is known for its desert climate, with very hot summers and mild winters. Northern Arizona features many pine forests, the Colorado Plateau, and some mountain ranges with much more moderate summer temperatures and significant winter snowfalls.
Arizona is full of nature - the Flagstaff, Alpine, and Tucson areas are known for their ski resorts. There are national monuments, forests and parks in addition to the Grand Canyon National Park. On top of all that a large portion of the state is made up of Native American reservations.
Urban areas are served by a network of state routes and highways. The backbone of the Arizona transportation system is represented by the main interstate routes. This includes I-17 in the north-south and I-19 which leads to the Mexican border. East-west main routes are covered by I-8, I-10, and I-40.
Discover the subtle beauty of the New Mexico landscape. Its nickname - “Land of Enchantment” - fits perfectly. A lot of unique natural scenery will accompany you during all hauls, two trips will never feel the same.
Drive through urbanized areas like Albuquerque, sparsely populated trading posts, rest stops in the middle of the desert, lush forests and mountain ranges. New Mexico has a lot to offer in terms of landscape variety. Cross Rio Grande, visit Carson National Forest, Baylor Peak, Pyramid Rock and other natural landmarks.
Spend your night, rest, refuel and repair your truck on one of the many unique truck stops around New Mexico's highways. Admire the red sunsets while driving past recognizable monumental rock formations.
New Mexico (Navajo: Yootó Hahoodzo) is the fifth largest by area and the 36th most populous of the U.S. states. This corner-state has diverse nature which includes deserts, high plains, and mountains. The climate is generally semi-arid to arid because New Mexico has very little water.
Go down the road to experience the wild beauty of the "Beaver State", Oregon. Its natural beauty includes deep forests, plenty of water areas and rivers, and encompassing volcanoes, high deserts, and arid scrublands.
The evergreen natural scenery will go along with the deserted countryside, as well as dense city areas like Portland and Salem.
Experience the natural beauty of the "Evergreen State" Washington, from its Pacific Coast beaches to snowcapped mountain ranges
and bustling cities such as Seattle and Spokane. Washington is covered by large amounts of forestland, alongside many other diverse biomes.
It is also home to some of America's largest industries and businesses, and is the leading producer of many fruits and vegetables.
Welcome to "Beehive State" Utah. Visit the great Salt Lake City, tourist-favorite Moab or historic St. George cities and see how rich the local architecture and lifestyle are.
Venture into crude-oil digging sites in remote areas away from the urban noise and enjoy the challenges hauling crude oil has to offer!
Welcome to Idaho, a land of rugged beauty that is home to millions of acres of wilderness and a landscape that ranges from desert to fertile farms.
Best known for its world famous potatoes, Idaho offers drivers the opportunity to get involved with some of the States' largest economies such as farming and timber harvesting.
Welcome to Colorful Colorado, a state that has some of the best wildlands and mountain ranges in the United States.
See a big metropolitan area of Denver on the edge of the Great Plains, travel across the beautiful Rocky Mountainsand
through deep canyons to see vast desert landscapes around Grand Junction.
Wyoming may be one of the least populated states in the U.S, but that doesn't mean that it lacks spectacular places to visit and see. Home to some of the country's most breathtaking national parks, Wyoming is best known for its red-walled gorges, hot springs, historic prairie towns, pioneer history, and historical attractions.
Wyoming designated the American bison as the official state mammal in 1985, and to this day you can still find large herds of them grazing across the prairies and protected land which is designated for the conservation of wild bison since their decline across the U.S.
This upcoming map expansion is still in development and more screenshots and info will be added here as we'll reveal more of our recreation of Wyoming. Keep an eye on Steam announcements and other SCS Software's communication channels to be up to date with everything new revealed for this DLC.
Montana is home to extraordinary experiences and moments that will leave you in awe. This northern US state is untamed, wild and natural. Montana is a gateway to Glacier and Yellowstone—two crown jewels of the national park system—and is home to glistening glacial lakes, snow-capped mountain peaks, blue-ribbon trout streams, and mighty Missouri, Yellowstone, and Flathead Rivers. This is just the beginning; the stunning mountain scenery of Montana only accentuates the rustic charm of the small towns beneath it. And backcountry trails lead to wild, secluded spaces where it is still possible to be utterly alone.
Vast, unspoiled, and wild, “Big Sky State” represents the very best of the American West. Rugged cowboys still saddle up to ride at ranches and wow crowds at rodeos. Ghost towns, state parks, and a one-of-a-kind Dinosaur Trail preserve a dazzling array of historical treasures.
Howdy, partners! Hope y'all will like your visit in the Lone Star State, Texas. This place ain't full of cowboys anymore but the spirit lives on, especially in ranches you can find all 'round. We also got a lot of cattle and other livestock so your truckin' adventures will be lively.
We also love music. Like, really love music. Just look at Austin, the live music capital of the world. Party on. Look plumb over yonder and you'll see the city which got the message about the problem. Sure'nuff, we're talking about Houston. So enjoy the drive.
Get your lasso ready and catch all the news by hittin' the buy on steam button. This probably ain’t your first rodeo.
From the grand American highways running through the hills of dusk-red rock to leading cities bustling with culture, landmarks, and businesses. Oklahoma is a diverse state shaped by its history and industries.
Located in the south of the country, "The Sooner State" generally tends to have a reputation of being a rather arid place, however, it’s much better to avoid judging this book by its cover. The state is home to wonderful national parks, several natural marvels, and historical places full of mysteries and legends. But those who are looking for something more practical instead will find their purpose as well since the local road network and a strong economy driven by natural gas and oil production will keep every trucker properly busy.