Gavril G2R on North St. Helens. (I had just found out about the game while searching for a free BeamNG.drive alternative. I didn't want to download the 2GB content packs so I got one map and one modpack, The G2 series, in case the deformation of stuff was crappy. It didn't disappoint, however. )
Mine was the DAF. I first got the game when I was looking for something to play that was free and good. I wanted BeamNG, but I was a Freshman in high school. I also only had a school-issued laptop, so it had to be somewhat light. I was SUMPREMELY clueless when it came to the game, but I figured out how to installed mods. Once I did, Neo-Queretaro and the Volvo VNL were my faves.
Probably one of the DAFs, on Flat Map. Back in March, after years of mid-end consumer PCs, I finally got something that would be a halfway decent gaming PC (Lenovo Creator 5i) with a halfway decent graphics card (Nvidia 1660TX SUPER) and processor (10th gen Intel i5). The problem is that I had to only end up with just 12GB of RAM, which isn't good for anything.
Except I didn't realize until after I got it that it was a space saver model with a laptop board, and unlike a workstation, everything is crammed in tight. It came with 12GB of RAM; and can take 64; but I have to take half the darn stuff out. The drives and the fan are on top of the are where the RAM cards clip in.
I first used an old Rigs of Rods big rig on North St Helens. I hardly knew how to run the truck so I got rid of the game and now about a year ago I finally realized what this game is about and I love it!