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Startle

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About Startle

  • Birthday 05/11/1993

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    South Africa
  • Interests
    ☯ Tao
    🎵 Ambient
    🏁 Motorsport
    💜 You
  • Preferred Trucks
    Mercedes
  • American Garage Location
    Washington: Seattle
  • EU Garage Location
    (PM) Iceland: Akureyri
  • Known languages
    English

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  1. No mileage requirements = YES! I manage events. If I leave Bruijn, I leave TMP.
  2. Updated to Win 11. To be honest, I don't see the performance increase over Win 10. Apart from a slightly quicker boot time, it's been pretty much identical to Win 10 performance. Admittedly, the Win 11 UI is a lot more neatly presented. It's going to take time to get used to though. People fussing over the soft hardware cap need not worry too much, IMO. They're not missing out on much.
  3. ETS2/ATS without TMP events is just driving, and that's about it. They're not like other simulators where you have tasks allocated to you or you have goals to reach. For me at least, events are the only reasons why the game is worth playing. Otherwise, it'd just get dull and repetitive just driving everywhere.
  4. Serious performance drops with Trucky, and VSpeditor causes crashes in ProMods. Oh yes, this is a welcome feature. Thanks devs.
  5. Whoever was driving that truck should have his license taken away. That's a great way to kill a lot of people. And just FYI, ETRC trucks are limited to 160 km/h. I doubt that person was a racing driver.
  6. When did I call you fat?? I merely said, "Imagine, also, being a fat octopus." Where in that sentence does it say, 'Nub rider is a fat octopus'??
  7. I use all of them appropriately. If emergency stop, then all of them at once.
  8. Imagine thinking your pfp matters. Imagine, also, being a fat octopus.
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