It's time for a new edition of the Warp Speed Tracker after a while!
TheRagingFalcon has jumped the ocean for a major haul, going from Oxnard in California all the way to Boca Raton in Florida, coast to coast that means.
Below you can check his progress, with the final part coming soon!
(It takes a while before everything has been transferred over...)
The 4th Warp Speed Tracker update is here!
After driving down from Wroclaw to Cologne, TheRagingFalcon used his camera to display a cargo haul throughout Germany, on his own personal channel.
He then continued onwards from Erfurt with a full trailer of wood, also known as empty pallettes, worth 22 tonnes of cargo, and taking it to Strasbourg, France.
The drive is filled with traffic chaos at crossroads, but still delivering at Warp Speed as always.
Falcon took a well deserved 7 hours of sleep, before setting off once again.
This time from Strasbourg with a load of Sawdust Panels, onwards northbound to Kiel, Germany.
No recordings were made, but it was a long 800+ kilometers trip, which was rewarded with a bit more more than €2200 for the VTC due to the fast delivery.
Today's trip started off in Olsztyn for TheRagingFalcon, where he loaded an 11 ton load of tracks to transport to Wroclaw.
A 575 kilometer drive approximately, but he was ready for it.
He got the munchies under way and ate his left over sandwich with chocolate spread on a parking spot and had a soft drink on the side.
It has been raining on the country side of Poland for the last couple of days, and there seems to be no end coming to it soon.
Therefore, driving has to be executed well and carefully to not slide off the road, but with more than enough experience, Falcon carried on. After several hours of driving, he arrived at the destination in Wroclaw, to take the pay for Warp Speed.
Achieving mileage is one of the things on Falcon's mind to get to Class E as soon as he can, to get more pay on the first 2017 WSVTC paycheck, arriving on May 27th.