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#4771 Post by supersobes » 12 Apr 2021 01:06

Oh, that part about trucks only being allowed in the right two lanes in Spain is interesting! Now that I think about it, I might have actually broken that law while driving around the Iberia DLC a few times. :?

Are those truck lane restrictions in Europe taken very seriously? In some places of the United States, it doesn't seem that most drivers really care about it.

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#4772 Post by parasaurolophus67 » 12 Apr 2021 01:08

I.... might be one too on both games. Sorry But I just can't handle being behind a slower truck ;-;


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#4774 Post by mgysgtdev » 12 Apr 2021 01:57

The rule in the EU is. Trucks are only allowed on the 2 most right lanes. On roads where only 2 lanes (in the same direction) are, trucks may overtake unless there is a sign that won't allow trucks to overtake any other vehicle.
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#4775 Post by dk00? » 12 Apr 2021 02:26

For once I am taking my sweet time with this wotr event. 1/2 way through and still have not been to portugal.
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#4776 Post by plinio.lisboa.br » 12 Apr 2021 02:45

Game suggestion to enforce this rule.

So it would be interesting that at random the player with his truck overtaking, in a prohibited place, where this sign exists in Spain. Sign mentioned in previous posts, our friends on the forum. Then the Truck Driver would be forced to stop the truck. There would then be large signage (>>>) on the road. Tapering to the shoulder or safety lane ... and ... bad news. ticket of fine (value in euros and the rule, and screenhoot of the type of plate) for policeman car or motorcycle. It would be quite educational. But in a random system, but the more the player - trucker, breaking the rule the closer to the occurrence of the "random" occurring at some point to receive the fine. "The motorcycle men with an eye".

The signaling arrows to the shoulder could be passed by the truck driver. However, this would trigger a police chase and it would not help. A few kilometers further on, there would be a police block and inevitably would have to receive the biggest fine.
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#4777 Post by dk00? » 12 Apr 2021 03:19

Won't happen.

Finally made it into Portugal with load #11.
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#4778 Post by Esproquet » 12 Apr 2021 05:18

Lane restrictions are enforced here.

In urban roads/ways you are free to use the lane that best suits your destination though.
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#4779 Post by mackintosh » 12 Apr 2021 07:30

All road rules are purely optional and a work of fiction as far as Poland is concerned.

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#4780 Post by gandalf7472000 » 12 Apr 2021 08:11

come in Greece, every driver here has his/her own set of rules.
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