The Tipper is Rare vehicle in Crash of Cars.
Riveted with ships of steel. Not for the faint hearted.
The Tipper is a yellow, end-dump rigid frame Haul Truck. In front if its black engine vents are two dark ladders, one angled and the other vertical. Its black cab located to the front-left corner is right beneath its container, surrounded partially by black railings and yellow compartments. Around them are miscellaneous platforms and containers for the vehicle's electrical and mechanical apparatuses with various cylindrical and rectangular bulging parts. Its roof, though flat, is not completely solid and contains cavities on three sides. Three strips divide the side of the dumper into four sections. Two large brake lights are situated on the back of the black chassis, and above them is a fender guarding its payload. The bottom half of the vehicle consist of just the chassis and four massive wheels, encased by the vehicle's bodywork & hull.
- At 7 health, Tipper is the most durable rare vehicle.
- Judging from its livery and general , the Tipper appears to be based on a Caterpillar Inc. Haul Truck, with resemblances to several models including the 789, 785, 793F and 797F.
- Though all dump trucks are often associated with architecture and construction, Tipper actually stray from the main theme of its respective update. The Construction map has an urban settings, while Haul Trucks are not even road legal, as they're primarily used in quarries and mines for mass transport of bulk, being too large for regular roads and bridges.
- With that being said, the in-game Tipper is severely undersized for balancing reasons. Realistically, most vehicles' dimensions would not not even match one of its wheels, and with its mass, it should be able to severely damage if not demolish the vast majority of the avaliable vehicles with terrifying ease.
- The vehicle could be a throwback to Earn to Die 2, where the last avaliable one is likewise a massive, yellow haul truck.
- The vehicle's name is a slang for a dump truck, commonly used on Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Though the Tipper's classification separates it from said trucks, Haul Trucks are employed in all three countries in part with their demands on heavy transport in the mining industry.
Changes in Updates
- Tipper was added in the Construction Update.