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    California: Los Angeles
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    Germany: Duisburg
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  1. This is not entirely correct. When you are reporting in heavily populated areas (Calais, Duisburg, Kirkenes, etc) your report score will not go up. Your report score will go up if you submit valid reports from outside of those populated areas though.
  2. Flaming.

    No Licence Plates?

    License plates are not required. When save editing, make sure you are paying attention to our save editing rules.
  3. They may group some of the smaller states together, but we are a long way from the Northeast being in ATS. I would say it's more likely ATS gets discontinued before the 48 continental states are in the game.
  4. To clarify, it's the truck brands that would be able to sue TruckersMP if this was implemented. All trademarks are held by the respected company. This is why the original ETS used generic names, because they did not have the appropriate licenses. I would imagine acquiring the licenses would be too expensive for how much money TMP pulls in.
  5. I'm sure there would be tons of licensing issues if this was implemented. SCS gets licenses for the trucks to be in a certain game. If we exported an ATS truck and put it into ETS2 without a valid license, I'm pretty sure that is copyright/trademark infringement. Server costs wouldn't go down because the servers would need a higher capacity, also I don't think we are struggling financially considering we bring in almost $8000 per month on Patreon.
  6. Even if select road rules aren't enforced, hacking, chat/cb abuse, save editing, etc would still need to be moderated.
  7. Looks like construction
  8. Hey there, this is most likely happening due to your DLCs not being synced with TruckersMP. To fix this, do the following: 1. Go to your TruckersMP Settings - https://truckersmp.com/profile/settings 2. Click Linked Games / DLC 3. Click Check DLC If the sync fails, make sure your Steam profile is public.
  9. I always use Windows to code. I was considering getting a Macbook, but at the college I attend some upper level classes require Windows 10/11, so I bought a Windows laptop so I didn't need to use Boot Camp.
  10. Internal systems. I can guarantee you we can find any alt accounts you create.
  11. Due to NDA I can't go into the actual process- but if they are banned for hacking or a 2.9 extension the ban will still be permanent.
  12. I disagree. It is common for people to drive on a suspended license in real life. Is there license permanently revoked if it is their first offense? Unless there are some crazy circumstances, they can still get their license back after a certain period of time. The same logic is being applied here. Of course if they are a repeated offender, then they would be permanently banned, which I explained above. To be honest, we've never had a true "Road to Simulation". We don't enforce stop signs (when players aren't around), we don't enforce speeding, we don't enforce turn signals. At the end of the day, we want players to drive semi-realistically, but we realize that this is a game. The only real efforts around 'Road to Simulation" was to increase ban lengths as a deterrent for players to follow our rules. Ban evading was permanent before the road to simulation changes. I believe that having Ban Evading at 3 months is no less of a deterrent then a permanent ban.
  13. This is a necessary change. TruckersMP is approaching 8 years old. A player that ban evaded in 2015 could have a completely new mindset and want to follow the rules; we should give those players another chance. I've noticed that the majority of the players who ban evade do not have malicious intent. They get banned for a small offense and create a new account because they want to keep playing their favorite game. Permanently banning players when they have no malicious intent is frankly too harsh. While it is true some players ban evade to ruin the experience from others, rule §2.9 is still in effect. If the GMMs feel a player has malicious intent they can still be permanently banned.
  14. Hey there. As stated in the rule update, when a player evades a temporarily ban, it will be changed to 90 days long. When a player evades a permanent ban, all new accounts will be permanently banned. This applies to all accounts, regardless of when the ban was issued. This change has already been implemented. If you feel a mistake has been made and a player's ban wasn't updated when it should have been, tell them to create an appeal on our website.
  15. What would be recorded and how would it be different from SCS' telemetry?
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