The Euroroute E18 is an important east-west route in northern Europe. Three sections of the route are featured in Euro Truck Simulator 2 (ETS 2):
- The British section between Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Carlisle (A69 in real-life) is first featured in UK Truck Simulator and, subsequently, the vanilla game map of ETS 2. However, this road is unnumbered.
- The section between Kristiansand, Norway and Stockholm, Sweden is introduced to ETS 2 via the Scandinavia DLC. Signs along this section display the number E18 exclusively. This section is extended to Kapellskär upon the release of version 1.33, though truckers still need Scandinavia to drive on it.
- The Finnish and Russian sections, are added to the ETS 2 game map through the Beyond the Baltic Sea DLC. Signs along these sections display their local road numbers alongside the Euroroute number.
The rest of this article mainly deals with the Norwegian and Swedish sections. Refer to the "See Also" section for information on the British, Finnish and Russian sections.
E18 in Norway and Sweden Edit
E18 is one of the longest numbered route in the game. It starts from the Norwegian port city of Kristiansand and heads east, becoming a highway when it meets the coast, and runs through Oslo, the Norwegian capital, before entering the mountainous area around the Norwegian-Swedish border. Upon entering Sweden, the route heads east via Örebro and Västerås before meeting E4 near Stockholm, the Swedish capital. The road continues into Kapellskär, where ferries are availble if the trucker has the Beyond the Baltic Sea DLC.
Route Details Edit
See Also Edit
- Real-life information of the E18 Euroroute
- Real-life information of A69 road, the E18 section in Great Britain featured in ETS2
- Roads which are at least partly under E18 in Finland:
- M-10, the Russian section of the E18 Euroroute.