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[OB] Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.4.14] [27.02.2021]

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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#811 Post by tobrago » 16 Feb 2021 17:15

At the suggestion of a @ScaniaR620V81 member, Mercedes and Volvo will place a sticker at two locations.

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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#812 Post by ScaniaR620V81 » 16 Feb 2021 17:51

Great!
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#813 Post by Vabis22 » 22 Feb 2021 21:12

It is Turkish one :)
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#814 Post by tobrago » 22 Feb 2021 22:42

@Vabis22 Can you give a little more detail for those stickers.
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#815 Post by King Leo » 23 Feb 2021 10:16

Hello, @tobrago, here I have a German version.
Unlike the French version, there is no uniform version and it is not prescribed.
The size and attachment of my version is the same as the French version.
Perhaps you could also include this sticker in your ingenious mod.

I have attached the versions for trucks and buses.
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#816 Post by tobrago » 23 Feb 2021 17:49

@King Leo Thank you for the suggestion, but I need some information.

1. Sticker dimension?
2. Where it is placed on the truck (show pictures / links so they can be seen)?
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#817 Post by Shark76 » 23 Feb 2021 19:08

I've found the dimensions for the french version it's based on 17x25 cm and i've few pics
https://www.lejdc.fr/photoSRC/VVNUJ1paU ... 56477.jpeg (Scania NG)
https://lvrfleet.com/wp-content/uploads ... 2/id-4.png (Renault T)
https://scontent-cdg2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/ ... e=605C142F (XF 106)

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https://www.franceroutes.fr/wp-content/ ... go-web.jpg (on a R series by the way)
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#818 Post by King Leo » 23 Feb 2021 20:04

I thought you already had this data, @tobrago .
No problem, I have a page here where you can see pictures.

https://www.eurotransport.de/artikel/fr ... 77200.html

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The design is prescribed by the Ministry of Transport, the black-yellow-red stickers with a stylised lorry or bus and the imprint "Attention - Angles Morts" must be about 25 cm high and 17 cm wide. They are already available in specialised shops and at petrol stations near the border.

In the case of motor vehicles, the stickers or plates must be affixed on three sides - driver's side, passenger's side and rear - and in the case of combinations additionally on both sides of the trailer or semi-trailer at the level of the kingpin.

The side stickers may not be affixed further than 1 m from the front of the vehicle, the sticker at the rear must be on the right half of the vehicle. The attachment height is also prescribed: between 90 cm and 1.50 m above the ground. Windows, lights or important markings must not be covered. Non-compliance with the new regulation is sanctioned with 135 euros.
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#819 Post by tobrago » 23 Feb 2021 20:25

@King Leo, @Shark76 I know that, go back a couple of posts. I am interested in this German version. I guess they are the same dimensions 17cm x 25cm. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Re: Signs On Your Truck [ver: 1.1.3.70] [07.11.2020]

#820 Post by King Leo » 24 Feb 2021 12:33

Oh, I already said, can have the same dimensions and positions as the French variant. ;)
So far, there are no regulations on this in Germany.
The technical solution of the turn-off assistant is used here. These are mandatory for new vehicles and old vehicles must be retrofitted by 01.07.2022. This actually also applies throughout Europe. Why France is taking an additional route here is beyond me.
But it doesn't do any harm. :lol:
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