+62 votes
in Suggestion by (190 points)
When driving around at night, it's clear to see that the Truck has headlights, yet it's pitch black in front of the Truck. The Tractor only has light in front from the drivers head lamp. The Tractor should also have headlights.

2 Answers

+3 votes
by (430 points)
I said the same thing. It would help
0 votes
by (460 points)
Newest Early Access the tractor has it's own light.

But now the truck has absolutely no light.
by (190 points)
The "headlights" on the vehicles apparently are there. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't.

When they do work, the Truck headlights are sadly lacking considering that there are lights drawn on the wheel wells of the front steering wheels.

The Tractor and Explorer headlights seem to be adequate brightness. When they all work that is.
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