In United Kingdom, the A9 / A80 roads and M9 / M80 motorways are four major roads running northeast from Glasgow, the largest Scottish city.

While in real-life they are four interconnected but independent roads, UK Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2 rendered them as four roads continuing from one another. Specifically, the order from south to north is:


In fact, together with the M74 and the M90, as well as the M6 and the A14 in England, a trucker can possibly travel from Cambridge to Edinburgh (via Birmingham, Carlisle and Glasgow) on effectively one highway.

Although the A80M80M9A9 form a major Scottish route in real-life, truckers might find themselves using the M90 more when doing jobs to / from Aberdeen. The main reason is that a minor road between Edinburgh and Carlisle, which is introduced in Euro Truck Simulator 2, makes travelling to / from Aberdeen via Glasgow longer than routing via Edinburgh.

Trivia Edit

  • In UKTS and ETS 2, part of the road from the eastern terminus of A9 to Aberdeen is still A9 in real-life, but is not explicitly signed as such in-game.
  • In ProMods, the A9 is greatly extended north to Thurso, a large town in the extreme northeast of Scotland.

See Also Edit

Real-life information on:

GB United Kingdom
Cities ETS 1: London - Manchester - Newcastle-upon-Tyne

UKTS / ETS 2: Aberdeen - Birmingham - Cambridge - Carlisle - Cardiff - Dover - Edinburgh - Felixstowe - Glasgow - Grimsby - Harwich - Hull - Liverpool - London - Manchester - Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Plymouth - Sheffield - Southampton - Swansea

Motorways M1 - M2 - M3 - M4 - M5 - M6 - M8 - M11 - M18 - M20 - M25 - M27 - M53 - M53 - M62 - M74 - M80 - M90 - M180
A1 - A2 - A9 - A12 - A14 - A15 - A20 - A27 - A30 - A31 - A35 - A38 - A63 - A68 - A80 - A120 - A180 - A259 - A483 - A696 - A720
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