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TairikuOkami[SK]

Veteran Driver
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About TairikuOkami[SK]

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  • Birthday 01/01/1983

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Slovakia
  • Interests
    https://www.facebook.com/tairikuokami
  • Preferred Trucks
    Mercedes
  • EU Garage Location
    Slovakia: Bratislava
  • Known languages
    Slovak, Czech, English, German

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  1. Regardless what it is called, you keep forgetting, that it is a game and game is supposed to be fun. No matter, how many rules you apply, what hardware you use (steering wheel, chair, pedals, virtual reality), it will never ever be like real trucking. It is great, when people actually have a choice, like I never use /fix, when I get hit, I simply go to the service. I also never teleport, even when I am going to attend a convoy, I drive there myself. Just like the arcade server, people can drive there ignoring red lights, other players, because of no-collision, but I have seen people abiding rules as if it were a simulation, they are trying to make it work. I also try to go around trucks in the service or in companies, when possible, because it makes you feel good, when you manage to park without "hitting" anyone. I tried simulation, but the slow speed makes it dangerous, I got hit several times, because of it. When someone is overtaking me, I stop accelerating, but other people do not do that, so it takes ages. Everyone just hits pedal to the metal, you do not have to slow down at turns, you do not have to calculate, how to approach an intersection, you do not have to check mirrors that often, since everyone is going the same speed, it is way too easy and boring.
  2. People, who can not drive, will not be able to drive, even you force them to go slower, since the speed is just one factor, there is also safe distance, checking mirrors, etc. I saw people going 60km/h weaving across 3 lanes on a highway. There is also another reason, many people use keyboard and the faster you go, the easier it is to steer, the sweet spot starts at around 100km/h. Anything bellow and it looks like you are driving drunk. I can overtake in turns going 130km/h just fine, I also passed C-D route several times without any damage, simply because I gave way to others and braked accordingly. The slower speed means, that overtaking will take much longer and will only cause more accidents, since people can not properly overtake, period, not to mention exits on highways. Driving arcade without a damage is no fun, you are basically driving alone, single player is way better then, and simulation is just not it with the dangerous speed limit, dangerous to me, lol. Also, I go to work, unlike some people obviously, so I do not have time to waste going snake speed. I guess I will give it a rest as well, I never liked ETS anyway, I got 850 hours simply because I liked truckersmp and that is not the case anymore. 1-2 more jobs to hit Level 150 and I am out of here for good. If anything, I am sort of thankful for the rules, they forced me to finally move on, there are many games I wanted to play. Like train simulator, where you also have to follow a single line without overtaking others.
  3. About once every 10 jobs. I usually try to avoid accidents by predicting, what other drivers might going to do. I drive next to the shoulder on the highway and on the country roads I sometimes drive on the dirt, it saved me many times, especially when the truck came from the corner driving at top speed, like on C-D route. When overtaking or taking corners, I try to give people as much space as possible, I try to use blinkers as soon as possible and I am slowing down gradually, to alert them. People like you cause real accidents, I watch dash cam videos on youtube. Yes, you have the right of way, but that does not mean, you have to be a jerk about it. Just a little courtesy and many accident could have been easily avoided. Like, when you have the green light, you still have to watch out. Just today, I was turning left on 2 way street and the other truck turning left passed me and went into my lane, even-though I gave him a lot of space. I kept a watch on him, so I managed to stop in time.
  4. It would nice to know the rules, so people would know, if they can even apply. My application was denied without a single word.
  5. It is mostly hard to tell, if it is a day or night, since there is daylight even at midnight. Besides I was kicked at 15:00 (3pm), that is hardly a night time anywhere. Not to mention, that lights create an odd dark area being pushed ahead.
  6. I can not connect, when I allow all outbound connections, but I prefer to restrict every software for security reasons.
  7. Hi, I was just wondering, what firewall rules are required to allow outbound? I have tried those, but it failed to connect to the server and keeps reconnecting. EDIT: I have figured it out. TruckersMP actually triggers UDP Loopback for eurotrucks2.exe, so I had to enable UDP connections for ETS2. Rules edited. Solved. EDIT: TruckersMP also uses Wininet caching, I had to enable it. schtasks /Change /TN "Microsoft\Windows\Wininet\CacheTask" /Enable schtasks /Run /TN "Microsoft\Windows\Wininet\CacheTask" netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ETS2 UDP" dir=out action=allow protocol=UDP remoteport=1025-65535 program="E:\Steam\steamapps\common\Euro Truck Simulator 2\bin\win_x64\eurotrucks2.exe" netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ETS2 MP DNS" dir=out action=allow protocol=UDP remoteip=156.154.71.3,156.154.70.3 remoteport=53 program="E:\TruckersMP Launcher\Launcher.exe" netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ETS2 MP TCP" dir=out action=allow protocol=TCP remoteip=104.24.115.213 remoteport=80,443 program="E:\TruckersMP Launcher\Launcher.exe" netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ETS2 MP UDP" dir=out action=allow protocol=UDP remoteport=1025-65535 program="E:\TruckersMP Launcher\Launcher.exe"
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