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Reno is the second largest in-game city in Nevada. It is featured in American Truck Simulator.


The most popular landmarks of Reno are its famous casinos: The Circus Circus Reno Hotel & Casino, the El Dorado Resort Casino (in-game name: Colorado), the Harrah's Reno Hotel & Casino (in-game name: Jarrahs), the Nugget Casino Resort (in-game name: Nudged) and the Silver Legacy Resort Casino.

But truckers can also see the 300 East 2nd Street, the Amtrak Rail Station, the National Bowling Stadium, the 4th Street Bus Terminal, the Reno Events Center (in-game name: Reno Venue Center), The Montage, the Walgreens at 750 N Virginia Street (in-game name: Halgreens) and the Whitney Peak Hotel.


The city is split up into two parts by Interstate 580:

The western part includes a Voltison Motors car parts store, a Peterbilt dealer with a service shop, and a small GP gas station.

The other part, which is located to the east of I-580, consists of an Eddy's store, a Wallbert supermarket, a Plaster & Sons construction area, and a Voltison Motors dealership. There are also a garage and a Pedro Stopping Center.


Reno is connected to other cities by three highways:


See also[]

Flag of Nevada.svg.png Nevada
Cities Carson City - Elko - Ely - Jackpot - Las Vegas - Pioche - Primm - Reno - Tonopah - Winnemucca

Scenery Towns: Austin - Battle Mountain - Beatty - Currie - Denio Junction - Goldfield - Indian Springs - Lages Station - Majors Place - Mazany Creek - McDermitt - Owyhee - Panaca - Rachel - Stateline - Wells - West Wendover

Highways Interstate 11 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 515 - Interstate 580
US 6 - US 50 - US 93 - US 93 Alternate - US 95 - US 395
SR 140 - SR 225 - SR 305 - SR 319 - SR 374 - SR 375 - SR 376