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Hauling 30 tons for hours at a time, avoiding accidents and obeying local traffic laws all the while can be lonely, stressful labor.
And yet, when you’re playing with others, the open road inspires a calm camaraderie.
"I got a small team together to help me with the administration side of things.
We had techs, people to deal with DJ applications, PR. Before I knew it, we had 400 to 500 listeners." Unfortunately, life got in the way and Rick had to leave after 18 months as he just couldn't find the time for such a big project.
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Why play a game that simulates work, the slow transport of goods across long stretches of pseudo-European highways?
Players have to manage everything an actual trucker would: delivery schedules, fuel costs, road tolls, bank loans, and their careers in the cutthroat online trucking industry.
But the call of the open road let to his inevitable return, in which he took over TSR and lead the station to where it is today.
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As much as it sounds like a hobbyist’s decision, Mini and friends weren’t making the decision lightly—setting up a legitimate internet radio station isn’t like setting up a Tumblr.
Besides the costs of setting up the server, license fees for station operation landed somewhere between £400 and £500.Rick, the forum-goer with the initial idea, quickly recruited Mini, along with ETS2MP members Clare, Alex, and Mark.