Truck

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Truck
Truck.png
Fuel: Any fuel type. 48 slot inventory. Has a built in Craft Bench. Can be automated to pick up and deliver resources at Truck Stations. Nicknamed 'the Unit' by FICSIT pioneers because of its massive frame.
Unlocked at Tier 5 - Industrial Manufacturing
Inventory size 48 Stacks
Category Transportation
Subcategory Motor Vehicles
Power Usage 75 MW
Fuel Leaves,Flower Petals,Wood,Mycelia,Fabric,Alien Carapace,Alien Organs,Color Cartridge,Biomass,Solid Biofuel,Packaged Liquid Biofuel,Coal,Compacted Coal,Petroleum Coke,Packaged Oil,Packaged Heavy Oil Residue,Packaged Fuel,Packaged Turbofuel,Battery,Nuclear Fuel Rod
Consumption Rate 75 MW
Max speed 75 km/h
0-50 km/h 4 s
Required Items
Motor.png
8
Computer.png
10
Heavy Modular Frame.png
4
Rubber.png
50
Beacon.png
10

The Truck (aka "The Unit") is a 6-wheeled vehicle which can be used to transport large amounts of cargo on land. It can be either driven by the engineer or automated. It has a higher maximum speed and twice the storage capacity compared to the Tractor, however, due to being very heavy, it can end up being slower to move cargo than the Tractor. It has a tight turning circle thanks to its counter steering rear wheels.

The Truck can drift with the handbrake Space, just as the Explorer. Unlike Tractors, Trucks are unable to knock down plants and small vegetation blocking its way, which can be unreliable sometimes.

Usage[edit | edit source]

Fuel consumption[edit | edit source]

Fuel Type Fuel Value
(MJ)
Biomass
Burner

(30 MW)
Coal
Generator

(75 MW)
Fuel
Generator

(150 MW)
Nuclear
Power
Plant

(2500 MW)
Cyber
Wagon

(150 MW)
Tractor
(55 MW)
Truck
(75 MW)
Explorer
(90 MW)
Chainsaw
(75 MW)
Jetpack
(200 MW)
 Leaves 15 0.50s - - - 0.10s 0.27s 0.2s 0.17s - -
 Wood 100 3.33s - - - 0.67s 1.82s 1.33s 1.11s - -
 Mycelia 20 0.67s - - - 0.13s 0.36s 0.27s 0.22s - -
 Alien Carapace 250 8.33s - - - 1.67s 4.55s 3.33s 2.78s - -
 Alien Organs 250 8.33s - - - 1.67s 4.55s 3.33s 2.78s - -
 Flower Petals 100 3.33s - - - 0.67s 1.82s 1.33s 1.11s - -
 Color Cartridge 900 - - - - 6.00s 16.36s 12.00s 10.00s - -
 Fabric 15 0.50s - - - 0.10s 0.27s 0.20s 0.17s - -
 Biomass 180 6.00s - - - 1.20s 3.27s 2.40s 2.00s - -
 Solid Biofuel 450 15.00s - - - 3.00s 8.18s 6.00s 5.00s 6.00s -
 Liquid Biofuel 750 - - 5.00s - - - - - - -
 Packaged Liquid Biofuel 750 25.00s - - - 5.00s 13.64s 10.00s 8.33s - -
 Coal 300 - 4.00s - - 2.00s 5.45s 4.00s 3.33s - -
 Compacted Coal 630 - 8.40s - - 4.20s 11.45s 8.40s 7.00s - -
 Petroleum Coke 180 - 2.40s - - 1.20s 3.27s 2.40s 2.00s - -
 Fuel 600 - - 4.00s - - - - - - -
 Packaged Fuel 600 - - - - 4.00s 10.10s 8.00s 6.67s - 3.00s
 Turbofuel 2000 - - 13.33s - - - - - - -
 Packaged Turbofuel 2000 - - - - 13.33s 36.36s 26.67s 22.22s - -
 Packaged Heavy Oil Residue 400 - - - - 2.67s 7.27s 5.33s 4.44s - -
 Packaged Oil 320 - - - - 2.13s 5.82s 4.27s 3.56s - -
 Battery 6000 - - - - 40.00s 109.00s
(1m 49s)
80.00s
(1m 20.00s)
66.70s
(1m 6.70s)
- -
 Nuclear Fuel Rod 750000 - - - 300.00s
(5m)
5000.00s
(1h 23m 20s)
13636.00s
(3h 47m 16s)
10000.00s
(2h 46m 40s)
8333.00s
(2h 18m 53s)
- -

Current issues[edit | edit source]

The wheels and suspensions can easily be pushed by the engineer, causing the truck to move or even flip over.[1] When constructed on top of other vehicles or non-flat objects, the truck will usually get propelled high into the air.[2] Tractors display similar behavior when crashing into other vehicles at high speeds.

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References[edit | edit source]