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Bolo finds this pleasing, but she would like more.
|Stria Switzo Propaganda|
|Vehicle in Just Cause 3|
|List of owners||D.R.M. or Medici government|
|Top speed (km/h)||150|
|Top speed (mph)||~93|
The Stria Switzo Propaganda is a van in Just Cause 3.
It is designed in the basic silhouette of a typical European van. It takes design cues from the Ford Transit, Citroën Jumper/Renault Trafic and Mercedes Sprinter. Being a Stria vehicle, it features the company's corporate grille.
The van is equipped with loudspeakers on its roof and its purpose is to inform the people of numerous reminders, events, and general information.
When destroyed, it gives 75 Chaos points.
Same as Stria Switzo, that it's based on.
When hijacked, instead of playing propaganda, it plays a slightly bass-boosted version of the Mile High Club music from Just Cause 2. This is considered to be an Easter egg. If the game music is turned off in the game settings, then it's silent.
In traffic in settlements, where it's required to destroy one to two of these vans to liberate the settlement:
This vehicle can not be unlocked for Rebel drop.
- "Remember, the D.R.M. wears masks for your protection. True justice is anonymous."
- "Please remember to return all census forms before the twentieth of the month to avoid incurring any unfortunate penalties."
- "Do make sure you return all census forms to D.R.M. headquarters, before the twentieth of the month, to avoid any unfortunate consequences."
- "Attention, citizens - rebels can be identified by their long hair, sunglasses and baseless idealism. Report any such offenders to your local authority."
- "Citizens are encouraged to accept all military pat-downs in the name of national security."
- "If you see any acts of graffiti or vandalism, report it to the closest authority and receive free ration stamps."
- "To collect your monthly grain rations, report to the town square tomorrow at 9 a.m. Only government-approved receptacles will be filled."
- "Join us later tonight for the re-broadcast of the General's speech in front of the UN Assembly."
- "D.R.M. officials would like to remind you, if you see something...say nothing."
- "Citizens are encouraged to accept all military pat-downs as we work to eliminate the rebel infestation."
- "Always remember the words of our esteemed leader: A clean mind, is a happy mind."
- "A message, for our tourist friends. Welcome to Medici. Please enjoy our government-approved beaches, and our colorful law enforcement. Have a wonderful day. -Ravello."
- The driver actually says "Ravello" at the end of this quote.
- "Effective immediately: Any citizen wearing blue, will be subject to random search, and potential detainment for expressing rebel sympathies."
- "Citizens, be advised, rebels can be identified by their long hair, sunglasses, and faceless idealism. Report such offenders to your local D.R.M. officials.
- "We ask you to kindly ignore the smell coming from the south of town, until garbage services returns to the streets. Thank you, for your patience."
- "I am happy to report, the General has expressed pleasure, at our town's courage, in the midst of insurgency."
- "For more information on the General's "No public sneezing initiative" visit your local D.R.M. headquarters."
- "To claim your monthly grain rations, report to the town square tomorrow at 9 A.M. Only approved government receptacles, will be filled."
- "Interested in joining the militia? Visit your local recruitment center today. Candidates must provide their own ski masks."
- "This Thursday, come hear the Medici National Choir perform a lyrical medley of the General's most famous speeches. Arranged, by the General himself!"
- "The General would like to remind you, mandatory calisthenics this Sunday at the town square. Don't forget your smiles!"
When Rico is in the Stunt positionEdit
- "Who do you think you are?!"
- "Hey! You! Come on, get off my soapbox!"
- "Hey! Get down from there!"
- "This is the General's van! Not yours!"
- It's made by the fictional company Stria.
- Similar loudspeaker vehicles were used from the 1930s to 1960s in both the USA and USSR.
- The driver is a civilian instead of a soldier or member of the D.R.M.
- In fact, this vehicle's driver's character model is the same as the paramedics seen near ambulances and gas station workers.
- When the player jumps onto the van, the driver stops announcing the propaganda speeches and announcements and starts yelling at Rico to get off.