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Ukiah is a city in California. It is the first Californian city introduced to American Truck Simulator after its initial release. Specifically, it's added to the game in version 1.3[1].

Features Edit

To truckers, the city consists of a rectangular layout, with a gas station to the northeast, a Bitumen depot to the southeast, and a Wallbert supermarket in the west.

A second-hand car dealer is next to the gas station, and a shopping street is to the southwest of the Wallbert store.

Connections Edit

The north-south running the US101 bisects the city in a cutting. The access to the city is on the northern street (close to the gas station), while the southern street simply bridges over the highway.

Truckers can go towards Eureka to the north, or San Rafael to the south.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 SCS Software, American Truck Simulator Update 1.3 going into Open Beta, 2016-05-26 (accessed 2016-12-27)

See Also Edit

CA mini California
Cities Bakersfield - Barstow - Carlsbad - El Centro - Eureka - Fresno - Hornbrook - Huron - Los Angeles - Oakdale - Oakland - Oxnard - Redding - Sacramento - San Diego - San Francisco - San Rafael - Santa Cruz - Santa Maria - Stockton - Truckee - Ukiah

Scenery Towns: Alturas - Berkeley - Bishop - Blythe - Burbank - Burney - Calipatria - Canby - Cayucos - Crescent City - Gilroy - Hatfield - Hiouchi - Indio - Klamath - Leggett - Malibu - Moccasin - Mussel Shoals - Needles - North Shore - Olancha - Ontario - Orick - Panamint Springs - San Luis Obispo - San Simeon - Santa Clarita - South San Francisco - Tulare - Vidal Junction - Weed

Highways Interstate 5 - Interstate 8 - Interstate 10 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 40 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 580
US 6 - US 95 - US 97 - US 101 - US 199 - US 395
CA 1 - CA 4 - CA 14 - CA 27 - CA 37 - CA 44 - CA 58 - CA 74 - CA 99 - CA 110 - CA 111 - CA 120 - CA 126 - CA 139 - CA 152 - CA 180 - CA 190 - CA 198 - CA 299
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