Portugal pre-research tips

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#71 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 26 Mar 2020 16:03

1- modern Industrial chimney n the sines area in Portugal.
The largest transport in Portugal, a chimney for "Ar Liquid".
Total length: 56m, width: 5.80m, height: 5.10m. Weight: 220 tons.

Chimney destination company location map:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Air+L ... -8.8173511

2 - Turbine transport to somewhere in the sines area in Portugal.
The turbine has a heavy weight of 300 tons.

3 - 56-meter blades for a 3.6 MW Senvion wind tower.
Location of penacova wind farm, map: https://www.google.com/maps/search/Port ... a=!3m1!1e3

Tegopi em Gaia.
Mechanical metal industry location map:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/TEGOP ... -8.6184361
Metallic Structures: metallic structure for industrial buildings, generic heavy metallic structures, covers for airports, covers for gymnasiums, covers for rural sheds, structures for railway bridges and road bridges, stadium lighting structures, electrical sub-stations, works of art.
Wind towers: is one of the main Portuguese manufacturers of wind towers for wind farms in Portugal. Site company TEGOPI: http://www.tegopi.pt
The company went bankrupt, in 2019.

Penacova Wind Farm

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#72 Post by Pumizo » 30 Mar 2020 09:57

Toll gates are generally narrow and have booms because of the many unconscious truck (and car) drivers that who would pass at 90 km/h (or more) if they don't exist. You would be surprised by the number of fatal accidents in tool booths worldwide.
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#73 Post by krmarci » 31 Mar 2020 21:42

One more post about tolls from the ETS2 teasers thread:
andrenascentes wrote:
26 Mar 2020 13:41
In Portugal there are basically 2 kinds of tools:
The traditionals ones that usually have some lanes for card or money payment and some lanes for ViaVerde (telepass). The ViaVerde lanes are marked with green lights (very good looking at night) and the speed limit is 40km/h in some and 60km/h in others. Look at this picture:
https://www.motorpasion.com/otros/via-v ... r-aprender

The modern one are these on the first picture: https://www.autogids.be/auto-advies/ibe ... peage.html

You must have a ViaVerde device on your car/truck or after 3 days you can go to ViaVerde website and pay it online (or you can pay at the post office!)
The ViaVerde device: https://goinfornet.blogspot.com/2011/12 ... verde.html

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