"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!"
— Official American Truck Simulator Website

Utah is a state of the United States, which is featured in American Truck Simulator as a map expansion DLC and in the 18 Wheels of Steel series. It was released on November 7th, 2019. It is the fifth map of DLC after Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington, but the fourth paid one.

The state is bordered by Nevada to the west, Arizona to the south, Colorado to the east, Idaho to the northwest, Wyoming to the northeast and touches New Mexico to the southeast at the Four Corners.

DLC Features[edit | edit source]

  • 3.500 miles of road network (Jump to section)
  • 10 major cities (Salt Lake City, St. George, Moab) (Jump to section)
  • New quarries and mines including the largest open excavation Kennecott Copper Mine (Jump to section)
  • Expanded oil industry (oil mining sites, oil storage sites) (Jump to section)
  • Improved agriculture production chain (country stores, feedmills) (Jump to section)
  • Famous landmark sites: Great Salt Lake, Monument Valley, Virgin River Canyon (See Landmarks page)
  • Over 260 recognizable natural and man-made landmarks
  • 12 well-known truck stops (Jump to section)
  • New and improved process of landscape creation
  • Utah achievements to unlock (Jump to section)

Release History[edit | edit source]

  • 5 November 2018: Near the end of SCS Software's Volvo VNL trailer, the truck was heading towards Utah on US 163. The GPS also showed that the road was accessible.[1]
  • 21 December 2018: SCS gives hint at a possible Utah map expansion in their Christmas stream by showing a postcard of Monument Valley in Utah.[2]
  • 4 February 2019: During a live stream, when asked to hint about the state following Washington, mentions that that state has "some big red rocks," heavily associated with Utah (as seen on the entrance sign).
  • 30 April 2019: 1.35 Experimental Beta added some new roads that lead towards Utah.
  • 20 June 2019: A mysterious teaser video is posted on SCS's YouTube channel and in their blog showing a bee. Utah is also called "The Beehive State".[3]
  • 28 June 2019: Teaser images from Utah appear on the blog.[4]
  • 4 July 2019: First official blog post confirmed Utah will be the next state with a few new screenshots + trailer[5] and added to Steam Store.[6]
  • 19 July 2019: Blog post about new deliveries.[7]
  • 5 August 2019: Blog post about gameplay of the DLC.[8]
  • 16 August 2019: Blog post about truck stops.[9]
  • 30 August 2019: Blog post about the Kennecott Copper Mine.[10]
  • 9 September 2019: Steam achievements for Utah are added to SteamDB.[11]
  • 12 September 2019: Blog post about scenic viewpoints.[12]
  • 27 September 2019: Blog post about landmarks.[13]
  • 7 October 2019: Blog post about rocks.[14]
  • 18 October 2019: Blog post about gameplay preview from the Glen Canyon Dam Bridge to Salina including release month.[15]
  • 23 October 2019: Blog post about Utah's welcome signs.[16]
  • 25 October 2019: Blog post about Salt Lake City, the capital and largest city of Utah.[17]
  • 1 November 2019: SCS announced the release date of the expansion.[18]
  • 4 November 2019: Blog post about urban areas.[19]
  • 7 November 2019: Utah DLC is released.[20]

Geography[edit | edit source]

Comprising an area of 84,899 square miles, the state's physical features range from arid deserts to pine forests. It borders Idaho to the north, Wyoming to the northeast, Colorado to the east, Nevada to the west, and Arizona to the south. Utah is part of the Four Corners, which is the only point in the US where four state borders meet.

The state is divided into three distinct regions: the Colorado Plateau in south and southeast, Basin and Range in the west, and the Middle Rocky Mountains in central Utah. The state has five national parks: Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion National Park. Great Salt Lake, Utah Lake, Sevier Lake, and Rush Lake are major water bodies in the state. Significant rivers in Utah include the Green River, San Juan River, Logan River, and White River. With an elevation of 4,125 meters, Kings Peak is the highest point in Utah.

Utah ranges from towering peaks, to desert dunes, and rugged basins. In western Utah, it is mostly arid desert with a basin and range topography. Small mountain ranges and rugged terrain punctuate the landscape.

The southeastern portion of the state is famous for rock formations and canyons of sandstone.

Eastern Utah is mostly dry, arid plateaus with very little population and mining as an important source of income for the few who live here.

Southwestern Utah is usually the hottest area of Utah as it is the lowest elevation in general. There are many smaller mountain ranges in this region as well where temperatures plummet.

The majority of the state's population lives around the Great Salt Lake, with the principal city being Salt Lake City. Another population hub is St. George to the southwest of the state. Most of the state is remote with very little population.

Climate[edit | edit source]

The climate of Utah is mostly semi-arid to desert, with hot summers and freezing winters. Higher elevations often see snow during the winter, and humidity in the summer is generally low.

Cities[edit | edit source]

There are 10 cities in the Utah Map Expansion.

Cities which are also in the 18 Wheels of Steel games are marked with " * ".

Note: Salt Lake City is in italic lettering since it is the state capital of the state of Utah.

Cedar City Logan Moab Garage ico.png
Cedar City Freedom Blvd.png
Logan Center St.png
Moab view 2.png
Ogden Price Garage ico.png Provo
Ogden downtown.png
Price downtown view.png
Provo University Ave.png
Salina Salt Lake City * Garage ico.png St. George Garage ico.png
Salina State St.png
Salt Lake City N downtown.png
St. George Blvd view 1.png
Vernal Garage ico.png
Vernal ave. view 2.png

Suburbs[edit | edit source]

Suburbs on this wiki are defined as separate cities in real life that are shown as part of larger cities in game.

Scenery Towns[edit | edit source]

Scenery towns on this wiki are defined as cities or communities that are unmarked on the map.

New Companies[edit | edit source]

Main article: American Truck Simulator Companies

Roads[edit | edit source]

There are four Interstate Highways in Utah:

Interstate 15 Interstate 70 Interstate 80 Interstate 84
IS15
Arizona - Idaho
IS70
I-15 - Crescent Junction (US 6/US 50/US 191)
IS80
Nevada - I-84/US 189
IS84
Idaho - I-80/US 189

There are nine US Highways in Utah:

US 6 US 40 US 50
US6
Nevada - Delta (US 50); Spanish Fork (I-15) - Crescent Junction (I-70/US 50/US 191)
US40
Silver Summit (I-80/US 189) - Vernal
US50
Nevada - Crescent Junction (I-70/US 6/US 191)
US 89 US 89A US 91
US89
Arizona - Salina; Provo; Ogden; Brigham City (US 91) - Logan (US 91)
US89A
Arizona - Kanab (US 89)
US91
Brigham City (I-15/I-84) - Logan
US 163 US 189 US 191
US163
Arizona - Bluff (US 191)
US189
Provo (SR-52) - I-80/I-84
US191
Arizona - Vernal

There are 17 Utah State Routes:

SR-9 SR-10 SR-26 SR-30 SR-34
UT9
Washington (I-15) - Hurricane (SR-59)
UT10
Price
UT26
Ogden
UT30
Riverside (I-15) - Logan (US 89/US 91)
UT34
St. George
SR-52 SR-55 SR-56 SR-59 SR-130
UT52
Provo
UT55
Price
UT56
Nevada (SR 319) - Cedar City
UT59
Hurricane (SR-9) - Hildale (AZ 389)
UT130
Cedar City
SR-151 SR-161 SR-165 SR-172 SR-201
UT151
Salt Lake City
UT161
Cove Fort - I-15
UT165
Logan
UT172
Salt Lake City
UT201
Salt Lake City
SR-202 SR-265
UT202
Salt Lake City
UT265
Provo

There are five inaccessible Utah State Routes:

SR-12 SR-14 SR-87 SR-143 SR-269
UT12
US 89
UT14
SR-130 (Cedar City)
UT87
Duchesne (US 40/US 191)
UT143
Panguitch (US 89)
UT269
Salt Lake City (I-15/I-80)

Bee cabin toy[edit | edit source]

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Having a profile connected to your World of Trucks account and making any delivery using the External Contracts or External Market from Salt Lake City will earn a Bee cabin toy.[21]

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Main article: American Truck Simulator Achievements
Icon Name[11] Description
ATS Achievement Beehive State.jpg Beehive State Discover every city in Utah
ATS Achievement This One Is Mine.jpg This One Is Mine! Visit all mines & quarries in Utah
ATS Achievement It's Something.jpg It's Something Find a sign that says "nothing"
ATS Achievement Some Like It Salty.jpg Some Like It Salty Take a job from each company located in Salt Lake City
ATS Achievement Pump It Up.jpg Pump It Up Deliver 5 frac tank trailers to any oil drilling site in Utah

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Videos[edit | edit source]

SCS Blog[edit | edit source]

Screenshots of the new areas of the Utah DLC[edit | edit source]

Screenshots of truck stops in Utah[edit | edit source]

Screenshots of Kennecott Copper Mine[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. SCS Software, Volvo VNL is joining American Truck Simulator 2018-11-05 (accessed 2018-11-05)
  2. SCS Software Christmas Stream on Twitch
  3. SCS Software, Creating some buzz, 2019-06-20 (accessed 2019-06-20)
  4. SCS Software, ATS: Screenshot teasing, 2019-06-28 (accessed 2019-06-28)
  5. SCS Software, American Truck Simulator - Utah, 2019-07-04 (accessed 2019-07-04)
  6. American Truck Simulator: Utah in Steam Store, 2019-07-04 (accessed 2019-07-04)
  7. SCS Software, Utah: New Deliveries, 2019-07-19 (accessed 2019-07-19)
  8. SCS Software, ATS Utah: Gameplay, 2019-08-05 (accessed 2019-08-05)
  9. SCS Software, Utah: Sleep well, traveler, 2019-08-16 (accessed 2019-08-16)
  10. SCS Software, Utah: Kennecott Copper Mine, 2019-08-30 (accessed 2019-08-30)
  11. 11.0 11.1 American Truck Simulator stats on SteamDB, 2019-09-09 (accessed 2019-09-09)
  12. SCS Software, Utah: Scenic Viewpoints, 2019-09-12 (accessed 2019-09-12)
  13. SCS Software, Utah: Landmarks, 2019-09-27 (accessed 2019-09-27)
  14. SCS Software, Utah: This State Rocks!, 2019-10-07 (accessed 2019-10-07)
  15. SCS Software, Utah: Gameplay Preview and Release Month, 2019-10-18 (accessed 2019-10-18)
  16. SCS Software, Utah: You Are Welcome, 2019-10-23 (accessed 2019-10-23)
  17. SCS Software, Utah: Salt Lake City, 2019-10-25 (accessed 2019-10-25)
  18. SCS Software, Utah: Release Date Announcement, 2019-11-01 (accessed 2019-11-01)
  19. SCS Software, Utah: Urban Areas, 2019-11-04 (accessed 2019-11-04)
  20. SCS Software, Utah release, 2019-11-07 (accessed 2019-11-07)
  21. SCS Software, Utah: Community showcase, 2019-11-11 (accessed 2019-11-11)

See also[edit | edit source]

The States of American Truck Simulator
Arizona - California - Colorado - Idaho - Nevada - New Mexico - Oregon - Utah - Washington
Flag of Utah small.png Utah
Cities Cedar City - Logan - Moab - Ogden - Price - Provo - Salina - Salt Lake City - St. George - Vernal

Suburbs: Garfield - Herriman - Magna - Mapleton - Orem - Roy - Sandy - Spanish Fork - West Valley City

Scenery Towns: Bluff - Bothwell - Brigham City - Cove Fort - Crescent Junction - Delta - Duchesne - Fort Duchesne - Heber City - Hildale - Hurricane - Kanab - Mexican Hat - Modena - Monticello - Panguitch - Perry - Richfield - Riverside - Scipio - Silver Summit - Tremonton - Washington - Wendover

Highways Interstate 15 - Interstate 70 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 84
US 6 - US 40 - US 50 - US 89 - US 89A - US 91 - US 163 - US 189 - US 191
UT-9 - UT-10 - UT-26 - UT-30 - UT-34 - UT-52 - UT-55 - UT-56 - UT-59 - UT-130 - UT-151 - UT-161 - UT-165 - UT-172 - UT-201 - UT-202 - UT-265
DLCs for American Truck Simulator
Map Expansions Arizona - New Mexico - Oregon - Washington - Utah - Idaho - Colorado (upcoming)
Trailer / Cargo Packs Heavy Cargo Pack - Special Transport DLC - Forest Machinery
Tuning Packs Wheel Tuning Pack - Steering Creations Pack - Dragon Truck Design Pack
Paint Job Packs Christmas - Classic Stripes - Halloween - Pink Ribbon Charity - Space - Steampunk - Valentines
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