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About Asyedan

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  • Birthday 12/10/1995

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    Buenos Aires, Argentina
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  • American Garage Location
    California: Los Angeles
  • EU Garage Location
    Germany: Dresden
  • Known languages
    Spanish (native), English, some Portuguese

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  1. My first trip in PM multiplayer was Thessaloniki - Ljubljana. I just love the highway through the Balkans. Just be careful in southern Serbia, because the highway is incomplete (IRL it is already finished afaik) so you have to take a detour through a two way road. If you are driving too fast, the transition from highway to road or viceversa can make you crash or hit the brakes hard. Another places i used to really love from PM singleplayer and i will surely give a try on MP: Murmansk/Kandalaksha (RU) - Kirkenes (N), beautiful road through the very north of Russia and Norway. I also really like to go through the dirt roads to the border with Finland; Torshavn (Faroe Islands) is a very lovely place with a garage in the top of a hill where you can see a very beautiful sight while you wait for your next delivery; If you want challenging roads, Iceland and Andorra are good places for you.
  2. People already use save editing to drive dobles or even triples (which doesnt even exist on single player, only in ATS) on C-D road, and they aren't much of an issue. I do not think they could be more chaos. They are also harder to control so you simply cannot go full reckless with a double trailer otherwise you are going to crash every few kilometers. In fact, i think i haven't seen anyone doing that yet. My only concerns would be: * People who have the bad habit of driving extremely slow (e.g. 40-60 kph) on C-D road without a valid reason to do so (nearby accident, heavy cargo, faulty engine, etc) would be even more dangerous with a double trailer (longer vehicle, takes more time to overtake). * They could be used for blocking, for example if someone exits the Calais service and stays blocking the whole road (altough he wont last much there, more likely he will be sent to outer space by some other player leaving the garage with ghost mode).
  3. It depends. When i drive on C-D road, getting from Calais to Duisburg or vice versa without being hit or hitting something at least once is a real challenge. So i usually get hit 1-3 times, can be worser. Outside C-D road the amount of accidents drops dramatically. It is very rarely to me to get hit by someone outside that road, most of the time is myself flipping my truck or hitting some object in the road because i underestimated a sharp turn.
  4. I do not know why on earth the no collision server was removed. It would be the perfect solution for this event.
  5. I played in EU #2 before this limit was introduced. It was total madness, like much worser than now. Trucks weren't much of a problem, because they can't go much faster than the speed limit. The maximum i managed to reach was like 170 kph without trailer. Cars, on the other side, were really out of control. I remember i once managed to reach around 330 kph in that long straight highway between Amsterdam and Germany. Basically, at that point i wasn't driving, the car was driving me instead. Now with the speed limiter, there are still a lot of trolls, but since they can't go so freaking fast they do less damage. Also, cars now have better handling so 150 kph is way more manageable. So no, the speed limit should not be removed. Altough i don't know why it's still present in EU #4 where the only thing you can crash is the scenery, which does not care about accidents.
  6. C-D road is highly chaotic and full of unexpected (and some expected) accidents or risky maneuvers. Driving there with winter physics is not a good idea. You would crash in situations where in normal conditions you could avoid crashing by braking or moving away. It is fun to see people losing control, sliding and doing a 360 flip XD but it is not pleasant for the people they crash because of that.
  7. I think TMP could rework the way bans work, at least give it a try for some time to see how well it works. Players banned for traffic behaviour reasons would not be banned from playing TMP, instead they could join but only able to play in EU #4 until the ban expires. That way, they can still play, but since EU #4 has no collisions, they wont cause harm to anyone else. And who knows, maybe they end up liking EU #4 as there they can drive as fast and reckless as they want without any problem. (a freeroam server for ATS would be good for this purpose) Bans for other reasons such as insults, impersonating admins, etc etc would follow the usual ban system.
  8. Most likely it will be supported from the very first moment, however in the initial days the baltic region could be a bit messy as many job companies would not have their respective no collision zones. Just like what happened with Italy last year.
  9. Previously you could not bring any double trailer outside Scandinavia or you would get kicked. Now you can drive with them around most of Europe, except the restricted zone. However, you cannot take any jobs from/to outside Scandinavia nor use quick travel or store a double trailer in a non-Scandinavian garage. That restriction is made by SCS for the game itself and has nothing to do with TMP. So the only way for you to drive a double trailer outside Scandinavia is to take your own double trailer in an Scandinavian garage, and go where you want with no jobs. I would suggest a garage in these cities: - Esbjerg, you can take a ferry to the UK (which is entirely allowed for doubles, just do not use any ferry to the Netherlands which in the restricted area). - Malmo, which is very close to Trelleborg, with the ferry to Rostock and then you can go all the way down through Germany and reach Switzerland, Austria or Italy. Just remember, do not go to Hamburg, Hannover or Frankfurt, nor try to go to Eastern France as only Strasbourg is allowed for doubles. - Karlskrona, from there you can go to Gdansk in Poland and then go to Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary etc.
  10. SCS hardcoded double trailers to work only in Scandinavia. So either in SP or MP you cannot get jobs outside it.
  11. Types of drivers i hate in TMP:



    2. Reckless drivers and those who think they drive a bike and try to fit in the tiniest spot (usually combined with speedhack)

    3. People running red lights in populated areas AND HORNING THE PLAYERS WHO HAVE THE RIGHT OF WAY, this sometimes really pisses me off

    4. People driving extremely slow in the left lane of a highway

    5. People overtaking by the right with no reason to do so (accident, someone doing #3)

    6. People who think the give way signs are for decoration


    I dont think if i forgot some, but basically these ones are annoying in TMP xd.

    1. NeonLeon


      Yep I can agree ^^ 

  12. The area covered in Baltic DLC has a very nice scenery in ProMods. Back when i played it in my old PC i remember i drove through these countries quite frequently. If SCS replicates it decently, it will be a very nice DLC to have. I hope it will not be as empty as Vive La France DLC, but sadly i think it will. The Baltics will be too far away from the busy regions of MP that will be mostly empty, unlike Italy which is fairly 'close' (still ~1000 km, but through a pretty straightforward route) from Calais/Brussel/Germany.
  13. Many of you already know, but anyway. Your brakes are not connected to Kim Jong Un's nuclear button. Use them sometimes. It can save you from crashing, and preventing unnecesary damage or being punished by a staff.

  14. It already exists: the road coming from Calais to A16 highway and the small section of the mentioned highway between Calais road and the C-D road. The first one is a mess due to the complex nature of the road (many decently sharp turns, no hard shoulder, intense traffic and an extremely dangerous intersection with the exit from A16 with all the traffic coming from C-D road trying to turn left into Calais). On the other hand, the A16 highway, being a pretty straight route at least in the section with the most traffic, is pretty calm. For every accident i've had or seen on A16 highway, there are 50 in the Calais entrance road. A dual lane C-D road would make it a bit better because you wont have to worry about the incoming traffic (well there will be surely the usual <insert insult here> driving wrong way). But the biggest problem of C-D road is not the road itself, is the entrance to Calais which is overcrowded and you dont have any other option to leave Calais unless you take the ferry to Dover which is a route not everyone can use, for example if you are going to Calais from Montpellier you can't go via Europoort > Dover, you would waste a lot of time. Does not matter if you want to use the C-D road or not - if you want to go from/to Calais, using that road is almost mandatory so you have to either potentially take a long detour to your route or put yourself in a high risk of an accident.
  15. It does not have any sense. To be honest, the current state of C-D road is almost good. Basically everyone who want chaos goes there, and the highways are left for those who want peace. The only thing i think needs improvement is the entrance/exit to Calais. This road gets very overcrowded and it is a pretty dangerous highway which a couple of sharp turns which regularly cause accidents, which cause traffic jams, which cause accidents, and so on. Considering the roundabout at the entrance of Calais is pretty close to C-D road (you can actually see it in your GPS, at normal zoom, from the road), i think that, if possible, opening a short road going from that roundabout directly to C-D road would make it much better to enter/leave Calais: That way, all the crowd of players who want to go to C-D road would use that road, and leave the default one with way less traffic. Players who dont want to enter C-D road would only need to take care of that roundabout. You could simply take the 'main' avenue of Calais, turn right and end of the problem, while all the crowd could just go straight. Sure, it would be harder for people who wants to enter the city, but currently traffic coming from A16 has to do a very dangerous left turn against the heavy incoming traffic from Calais. In my opinion, a roundabout 'against the crowd' is much better.
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