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Xiolin

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About Xiolin

  • Birthday November 19

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    US
  • Preferred Trucks
    Mercedes
    Scania
    Volvo
  • American Garage Location
    California: Los Angeles
  • EU Garage Location
    France: Lille
  • Known languages
    English, Some French

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  1. Happy Birthday!

  2. Happy Birthday! mate :wub:

  3. Happy Birthday! 🎊🎊

  4. Happy Birthday 🎂😜

  5. Happy Birthday! 🎉

  6. Happy Birthday! 🎉 🎂

  7. happy Birthday  ❤️

  8. bu ban videosuna bakarmısın rica etsem kabul edilmemiş yasak hareketler yapılmış

     

    1. EmirhanU.

      EmirhanU.

      Merhaba, cumaliyalcin.

       

      Eğer raporunuz ile ilgili yanlış bir karar alındığını düşünüyorsanız, lütfen geri bildirim sistemimizi kullanının. Aşağıdaki makale bunu nasıl yapabileceğinizi açıklayacaktır: https://truckersmp.com/knowledge-base/article/43

       

      Forumumuz bu durumlar için kullanılmaması gerektiğinden dolayı bu içeriği kilitleyeceğim. Eğer bir sorunuz olursa, bu bağlantı üzerinden bana özel mesaj gönderebilirsiniz.

       

      İlginiz için teşekkür ederim.

       

      Kilitlendi.

  9. Also think of how SCS implements the limits on speed. The speed limit activates based on user-controlled vehicle, regardless of what vehicle they may be driving. It detects the user, not the vehicle. Trying to make it limited to a specific vehicle would most like require recoding, which is either not possible, or the benefit would not outweigh the actual work of trying to implement it.
  10. It's not really so much luck. Kicks/Bans are situation based, and also depends on severity. A lot of reckless driving kicks are going to be users that we observe driving in a reckless manner (such as off road, attempting tight overtakes constantly, etc), but arent putting other users at a major risk of collision. This would also apply to minor road sign violations, such as someone running a yield-priority sign, but at a low/controlled speed that does not lead to a collision. Blocking kicks are the same - depends on severity. If someone is clearly seen on their side but not using the service station, they'll either get a kick for minor blocking or a teleport to service from an admin if it is noticed to be holding up traffic. Blocking bans are more towards the intentional blockings, or complete ignorance to using a service station after an accident.
  11. As an admin who has been around during both the 150 previous limit, and now the 110 limit... This has reduced speed related reports. Granted, there are still people who can barely control their vehicle at 50kph, but there has been a marked decrease in high speed related reports. If the majority of people actually wanted the speed limit to be increased for the purpose of solely getting somewhere faster, we see them flocking to the servers that have no limit. I don't see that happening. 110kph is fine, especially given the mix of driving skill (or lack thereof) we see out of players on the server. 110kph still causes too many issues, especially when users think they can take a turn at that speed, with no regards to their trailer load, and they go flying on to their side, which is what most high-speed related reports where. Someone would go too fast, flip onto their side, and take out multiple other users. Yeah, it still happens, but it happens on a lesser degree then it did in the past. With road to simulation, and the notable difference when the speed reduced, this limit isn't going to be going anywhere anytime soon. 110 has been pretty much the sweet spot. Faster then the normal 90kph limit set on most trucks in the real world, but not a ludicrous speed that just invites people losing control, and causing more accidents then its worth.
  12. 110km/h is fine. It is still controllable if you need to take any avoiding actions. You also have to factor in users that are doing WoT loads, which are automatically limited to 90. Right now, with a 110 limit, that is a 20km/h difference. With that, you can see another user and have a reasonable amount of time to adjust which lane you should be in, or slow down without causing much issues. Now, if we move the speed limit up to 150, that is now a 60km difference. This is now triple the difference, and gives you 1/3 of the time to react to any issues or situations that are occurring. From current speed limit, to 150, would be a 40km/h difference, which gives you 25% less time to react to any situations that are occurring. As an admin, and having seen 150 in the past, this is not going to change in the near future. It was proven that having 110 as the limit is a reasonable speed to get between destinations, and it has lowered the amount of speed related issues from other truckers. Unfortunately, people can not be trusted with a 150 limit, as it has caused way too many issues in the past.
  13. Congratulations<3

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