A 'semi-manual' Total Distance WoT Ranking.

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#161 Post by Madkine » 17 Jun 2021 20:45

At 78 trips they've still made an effort to do long jobs, sure not for as long as others, but they have done so.

I wouldn't include anyone under 20 trips, but 78 is decent.

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Re: A 'semi-manual' Total Distance WoT Ranking.

#162 Post by Ganslit » 18 Jun 2021 21:09

thanks for statistics. I fall now from 67 place to 70 - Gansas (LT)
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#163 Post by Reis_6 » 18 Jun 2021 22:28

Welcome @Ganslit! There was a time that it was hard to pass you, I was doing something around 5000km and you were doing 6000/7000km, until I reached you and passed with ease! haha Good to see you here. I would really like the folks participating in this ranking to be present here to discuss routes, how long they have been playing, which truck they prefer for making the long trips, things like that.

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#164 Post by kry1 » 19 Jun 2021 13:10

Reis_6 Good luck, I wish you would continue to climb higher in the rankings and catch up with me one day. (32 place). I prefer long distances, just like my colleague from Krystian, my favorite Scania Streamline truck, has already driven about 2,850,000 km. Again, good luck and best regards. I'm sorry but I don't know English and I write via google translator.

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#165 Post by Reis_6 » 19 Jun 2021 19:37

@kry1 I also use Google Translator and sometimes DeepL Translator... haha but I risk typing some things that come out of my head without going through the translators filter...

I really like the game because of past connections with my father in my childhood and the ranking is one more motivation to want to play more and more, but sometimes I also play other games and the ranking ends up being left aside.

In January I must have run a lot, something around 200-300 thousand km, but from February until June I ran little.

I have a Scania NG 580S with almost 1.400.000 km traveled, in the ATS I have a W900 with 200k miles and a Cascadia with 405k miles... My priority to play is only with WoTr jobs, one day who knows, I will get close to you and we will compete a little bit! Thanks and good luck on your journey too!

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#166 Post by Adam_LS » 28 Jun 2021 15:54

Hi, i am back with suggestions :D i can suggest another CZ player with good distance driven :-) https://www.worldoftrucks.com/en/profile/2584783
Another player from CZ that drives around 100k km per month :-) I hope there will be lots of CZ players soon with good stats :-) thanks :-)
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#167 Post by Krystian05 » 02 Jul 2021 13:30

@Reis_6 As it´s not so easy to find and drive the longest jobs e.g. +4500km I´m of course for even just one finished job in that case (with the second job you could already destroy your average... and always drive just the +4500km is almost impossible if you can search jobs and drive it everyday)

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#168 Post by etny2k » 04 Jul 2021 16:23

I do short heavy hauls as much as I can. I have taken over max jobs and nearly weight. I play ATS every day so my 94th place for distance will slowly improve.

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#169 Post by Adam_LS » 07 Jul 2021 07:06

My longest WoTr delivery was 4666 km in single drive without ferrys. I do almost every day around 4300+ and sometimes i get 4500+ (petrograd to spain) or (vyborg to spain)
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#170 Post by Reis_6 » 07 Jul 2021 13:36

Hey @Adam_LS, I also prefer long trips, my longest was from Vyborg/RU to Faro/PT totaling 4803km without ferry.
But lately I have been trying to give a preference for the ATS and there the longest trips are 1600-1800 miles (Something between 2500 and 3000km).

When it comes to trucks, I am not very attached to a specific model. I really wanted to do 1 million kilometers in my Scania 580S 6x4. Today, this truck has almost 1.5M already and I am using other models. (Scania Streamline 4x2 | 440hp | 20k km/Scania R2009 4x2 | 420hp | 120k km/Renault T Evolution 4x2 | 520hp | 110k km).

As for the ATS I have a W900 (625hp) with 200k miles and a Cascadia (505hp) with 420k miles...

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