Although Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada, it is not its capital. The city is included in American Truck Simulator and 18 Wheels of Steel: American Long Haul.

Landmarks Edit

The most popular landmarks of Las Vegas are its huge casinos and hotels: One can find the Aria Resort & Casino, the Bally's Hotel and Casino (in-game name: Ballsy), the Bellagio, the Ceasars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, the Cosmopolitan, the Cromwell Las Vegas Hotel & Casino (in-game name: The Crownbell), the Elara by Hilton Grand Vacations, the Excalibur Hotel and Casino, the Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, the Luxor Las Vegas, the Mandalay Bay (in-game name: Mandela Bay), the Mirage Hotel and Casino (in-game name: The Miracle), the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino (in-game name: Monte Bianco), the Palms Casino Resort (in-game name: Lamps), the Paris Las Vegas, the Platinum Hotel (in game name: Platinium), the Stratosphere Las Vegas, the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino (in-game name: Pleasure Island), the Trump Hotel (in-game name: Triumph) and the Wynn Las Vegas in American Truck Simulator.

Other in-game landmarks in Las Vegas are the Allure, the Panorama Towers, the Las Vegas Monorail, the Martin tower and the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign. To the east of the city, there is also the Lake Mead with the Hoover Dam, the Colorado River and the Mike O'Callaghan–Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge.

Features Edit

Eight companies have depots in Las Vegas: There are a 42 Print, a Bitumen, a Charged and a Wallbert depot, as well as an Eddy's, a Wallbert and two Voltison Motors stores.

One can also find there a garage, two rest areas, two gas stations and a recruitment agency.

Connections Edit

Las Vegas is connected to other cities by three highways:

Gallery Edit

See Also Edit

Cities Carson City - Elko - Ely - Jackpot - Las Vegas - Pioche - Primm - Reno - Tonopah - Winnemucca
Highways Interstate 15 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 580 (Nevada)
US 6 - US 50 - US 93 - US 95 - US 395
NV 305 - NV 375 - NV 376