On my old PC (1), when found for the very first time, all the trucks on the map are barely touching ground (some of them don't even touch it).
They only "land" on the ground with their full weight, when you get close to them, or when you drive them for the first time.
This behavior ("landing" on the ground) is particularly noticable when you uncloack a watch point, find a hidden truck on the map, and get in it by clicking on it on the map. In this situation, you can clearly see the truck "land" on the ground.
Once all the trucks have been found, they always keep the exact proper position, even when you quit the game and restart it a few hours later. It's only the very first time you find them or get in them.
So it would be nice if the exact position of the trucks (in the mud or on uneven ground) was computed the very first time the map is loaded (2).
I would definitely trade an additional few second of map loading, if trucks were properly positions on the map at the begining !
While this is not a major issue, I think it would not be too difficult to implement. But maybe I'm wrong ?
I don't know if I'm very clear. Let me know !
Thank you !
(1) tell me if it's a problem only seen on low end PCs such as mine !
(2) maybe the exact position could be computed when the map is generated for the last time in the map editor ?