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New bus models can be bought from dealerships. Buses and districts will be unlocked as you play through story missions. However, in sandbox mode, everything is unlocked from the start.
There is a spooky-looking haunted house in the Baytree area. Although you can’t go inside, walking up to the front door will award you a trophy/achievement.
There are two large SAM statues, one on Gold Island and the other at Eclipse Bay. You will need to go on foot to reach the statues. Each one will give you a trophy/achievement once you walk up to it. They are modeled after the logo for stillalive studios, the game’s developer.
Seaside Valley, the area from Bus Simulator 18, returns in Bus Simulator 21 as a second map. To unlock Seaside Valley, you will need to complete the mission “High Life.”
There are 20 collectibles located in Angel Shores. Collectibles have the appearance of small, glowing green buses. If you collect all 20, you’ll get the trophy/achievement Hoarder of Hidden Things, as well as two others partway through your collection. If you’re having trouble finding any of them, use the video guide below for help.
There are 10 collectibles located in Seaside Valley. Collectibles have the appearance of small, glowing green buses. If you collect all 10, you’ll get the trophy/achievement Hiker, as well as another one partway through. Currently, the collectible is Steineck is bugged and doesn’t show up as being collected. However, it still counts toward the trophy/achievement. If you’re having trouble finding any of them, use the video guide below for help.
There are four different difficulty settings that affect both driving controls and convenience features (such as fast travel).
If you use the cockpit zoom while in the cockpit, you’ll be shown an overlay with each button/lever’s purpose explained.
Depending on your settings, you will be able to click any bus stop, depot, dealership, or paint shop in order to fast travel to it.
The map also lets you change the time.
When you drive a route, your satisfaction rating will determine how well your NPC drivers drive that route. Aim for a high rating before you turn a route over to NPCs.
Driving with your lights on, especially at night, is particularly critical if you’re driving in first-person, due to your limited view.
Your bus is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. You’ll need to use it when you have passengers in wheelchairs.
Drive carefully. Not only will the quality of your driving influence how much you’re paid, but some mistakes (such as hitting people or causing property damage) will cause you to owe money.