San Diego is a city in Southern California at the border to Mexico. It is featured in the base game of American Truck Simulator. The next cities to San Diego are Carlsbad in the North and El Centro in the East.

Landmarks Edit

The San Diego real life places, which are also in the game, are the North Park sign (in-game name: North Land) and the skyline.

Some buildings of the skyline in ATS are the Aria Condos, the Bank of America Plaza, the Comerica Bank Building, the Cortez Blu, the Discovery at Cortez Hill, the El Cortez Hotel (in-game name: El Gomez), the Park Place, the Symphony Towers, the Union Bank of California Building, the Vantage Pointe Condominium and some more.

Features Edit

The companies 42 Print, Bitumen and HMS Machinery have depots in the city, while there also are stores of Eddy's, Voltison Motors and Wallbert.

You can also find a garage, a gas station, a motel, a recruitment agency and a Peterbilt dealer in San Diego.

Connections Edit

San Diego is located at the end of the Interstate 5 and the Interstate 8. Besides the I-5, a minor road also runs up North to Carlsbad. The I-8 links San Diego with El Centro in the West.

Gallery Edit

See also Edit

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
Highways Interstate 5 - Interstate 8 - Interstate 10 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 40 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 580 (California)
US 95 - US 101 - US 395
CA 1 - CA 14 - CA 37 - CA 58 - CA 99 - CA 110 - CA 111 - CA 126 - CA 152 - CA 190 - CA 198 - CA 299