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#TruckAtHome Event Progress

We really do have the #BestCommunityEver! In less than 24 hours of the #TruckAtHome event starting, drivers in Euro Truck Simulator 2 and American Truck Simulator taking part collectively drove 120 million kilometers (about 74 million miles) using our World of Trucks contracts and external market. {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/9157c5b85703c0705d0c90e24171af5a98926057.jpg 60 million of those first kilometers were driven in a 6 hour period (that's 10 million kms reached every hour). At the time of posting this blog, it is over 340 million kilometers (over 211 million miles) and we still have the weekend ahead of us. As you have been actively reaching milestones by doing your part, we made sure to uphold our part of the deal to undertake positive action to help those who are combating COVID-19. At the time of writing this blog, we have donated over 260,000CZK (around €9,400) to various charities, like Covmask, who create much needed protective gear for medical personnel free of charge, to a team of very skilled and quite famous Czech chefs preparing, cooking and delivering food to paramedics, firefighters or policemen, and ADRA CZ who provide bringing food and medicines to the elderly who are unable to leave their homes. And we plan to support financially even more targets! {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/2146ce0fd89845bf7ea3153e77ccb765f6ba2c45.png {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/8a2ad2548f10e59dedc51670e280df303501f542.png {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/093f7057d91731038351e2d01ba7603ccf39867d.png {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/fbacc83bc04d544d08eb7ec5f9c340f7150315b9.png We also have made use of one of our SCS On the Road vehicles during this important time. 3 members of our team have been driving to various local hospitals delivering essential and requested items from the staff who are working on the front line every day. So far we have donated several pallets worth of food and liquids to help keep staff energized during this busy time; as well as some much-needed equipment such as two-way radio transmitters which assist doctors & nurses in communicating when working in segregated areas of the hospital. {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/e90cf041a9e5fc931df9e19e47e23e9f4c92790c.jpg {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/7fa3d9266d2478954dff5e86f9fdc8e176fe0f2e.jpg {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/7400804151d04e881f014939654fbc947d17ca68.jpg {STEAM_CLAN_IMAGE}/4419325/bc87dcecf2dc67ce02ccb977fd23a95dbe4915f4.jpg We also wanted to share a thank you to you our community, who have been actively driving day and night, and sharing your kind and positive words throughout this whole event. You really have been keeping us on our toes when it comes to reaching milestones, as you seem to reach the next one quicker than the last. This was especially evident on the 2nd of April as Euro Truck Simulator 2 broke its all-time player record peaking at 55,322 players, wow! Behind all these incredible stats and actions, there is an important message to why we have been asking you to #TruckAtHome. Staying home is the most important thing you can do prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your area, and by doing so you are saving lives. If you do need to leave the house, make sure to wash your hands regularly for 30 seconds at a time. You can find more important health advice to follow from the World health organization, or your local health services website. Be sure to continue sharing your photos and videos as you #TruckAtHome with us on Twitter, Facebook and our Instagram using the hashtag. There is still time to join the event, you can find all the details at our blog post or at worldoftrucks.com. The event will be concluded on Monday the 6th of April at 23:59 UTC.

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