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Mirrland

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About Mirrland

  • Rank
    Keeper of Calais - Duisburg Road
  • Birthday September 23

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Wrexham, United Kingdom
  • Preferred Trucks
    Scania
  • American Garage Location
    Oregon: Ontario
  • EU Garage Location
    United Kingdom: Manchester
  • Known languages
    English + Welsh

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  1. Happy Birthday mate! ❤🙋🏽‍♂️

  2. Happy Birthday! Have a nice one :wub:

  3. Happy Birthday! Have a nice day! :)

  4. ^ You must have the control binded to the gear decrease change. That's why the RPM spikes - Have a look in your settings and check if any controls are matching.
  5. I think you're on to something with the ban idea... The idea of a Simulation Server should be for exactly that - Simulation. Essentially, the Arcade Servers could act as dunce pools for those of whom violate the rules on the simulation server.
  6. Something's blocking your game client from accessing Steam. I'd try creating an exception within your firewall software or disable it entirely when launching ETS2. Alternatively, you could try verifying your game cache, as seen here.
  7. Excellent blog. Unfortunately, I didn't have the chance to attend next year.. Hopefully I should be able to attend next year, or another meetup this year! Nice to see all the team enjoying themselves in the pictures, too
  8. Mirrland

    Recording

    If you've got a compatible NVIDIA video card, shadowplay's your best bet. I haven't played for a while, but I previously recorded all of my journeys. Primarily, this was for verification that I didn't ram anyone as I used to lag rather badly. I was quite worried that I'd lag into someone and get banned illegitimately - Recording saved me, once.
  9. :(:(

    1. Without name

      Without name

      RIP :( I sorry , it was should not happened 

       

  10. Despite having not played the game for a long while, in my last convoys, I couldn’t agree more with what has been said in this topic so far. Overtaking just to ‘be with your VTC’ is honestly just disrespectful towards the convoy organisers and a pain in the back-side for the participants to deal with. If you truly want to ‘be with your VTC’, get them to pull over in a safe location and depart accordingly. If someone messes up your formation, ask them politely if you can pass them, otherwise stay where you are. With regards to ‘the person in front is lagging’ case, you should simply allow for more distance. If it’s that unbearable, once again, ask politely if you can overtake. I used to make a habit of reporting people for breaking rules, I’d tend not to allow people to force me out of the convoy, whatever the case may be unless they ask. And if they rammed me, they’d get banned, simple as that.
  11. Haven't been on here for a while - Should I hop on in-game and complete the latest World of Trucks event?

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    2. Nameless GhouI

      Nameless GhouI

      Sorry who are you :troll: 

    3. Sentinel.

      Sentinel.

      Do it man, those deliveries aren't going to deliver themselves. Companies are expecting their orders to arrive! You can't quit at the last minute, these companies need their orders or else they will lose the competitive edge from other companies that are also receiving these racing trucks. I know you have it in you @Mirrland

    4. Rev.
  12. I'd personally do my best to avoid unintentional lane-hogging on motorways. Otherwise, that's it for the most part.
  13. If it is clear that you're trying to skip the queue, then you'll likely be kicked. If you're unintentionally in the incorrect lane, I'd continue driving (to avoid blocking), turn around and then join on to the back of the queue.
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