The accessible part of Bourges with the Gomme du Monde depot in the game is actually not a part of Bourges, it belongs to Saint-Doulchard in real life. The main street of the in-game Bourges is the "Route de Orléans".
Bourges is divided into two parts: The southwestern part of the city, which is only an industrial area, includes a Globeur depot and a service shop. The other part features a Gomme du Monde depot and a small Renault Trucks dealer.
Two highways (Autoroutes) and two minor road connect Bourges with other cities:
- The Autoroute A20 starts to the north of the city and goes southwest towards Limoges.
- The Autoroute A71 passes the city to the west. The next city along this road is Clermont-Ferrand to the south, while it joins the Autoroute A10 to the north.
One minor road goes to the west from Bourges, connecting the city with it's Nos Pâturages farm, Saint-Laurent, the Autoroute A10 and finally with Nantes. The other minor road goes through the city, crosses the Autoroute A6 and joins the Autoroute A31 between Metz and Dijon.
See also Edit
|Cities|| ETS 1: Bordeaux - Lyon - Paris
Vive la France ! DLC: Bordeaux - Bourges - Brest - Clermont-Ferrand - La Rochelle - Le Havre - Le Mans - Limoges - Marseille (La Mède) - Montpellier - Nantes - Nice - Rennes - Roscoff - Toulouse (Blagnac)
|Autoroutes||A1 - A2 - A4 - A6 - A7 - A8 - A9 - A10 - A11 - A13 - A16 - A20 - A23 - A25 - A26 - A28 - A29 - A31 - A35 - A36 - A41 - A43 - A47 - A51 - A55 - A61 - A62 - A71 - A72 - A75 - A81 and N157 - A83 - A84 - A89 - A104 - A311 - A630 - A837 - N12 - N165|