Australian trucking is WAY different from trucking in America or Europe. You have to worry about heavy flooding, uneven roads, and do the roads even exist now? sometimes the dirt roads get washed away by floods so badly they have to be rebuilt. The scenery would also be a lot different. Eucalyptus trees, as well as other types of trees, kangaroo warning signs where there is significant danger of hitting them (for some reason, Kangaroos don't look both ways when crossing roads! LOL). Plenty of destinations, and what Americans and Europeans would consider strange names for our country towns. Adding new problems like flooding possibility or just muddy roads where you can get bogged down would be a challenge, scenery could also add koalas on trees, kangaroos in paddocks, sheep, cattle crossing, etc. And if Texans think they have a big state, where everything is big, including the cattle ranches, well they have NOT seen ours. Texan cattle ranches are like sandboxes for little kids compares to ours. The SECOND largest cattle property in Australia is 60% the size of Belgium! We have all the types of trucks in both ATS and ETS in Australia, and it would be great to build a mixed fleet of them. You would have to get used to driving on the left, with steering wheel on the right.