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I prefer short distances. I usually just hop from city to city. Because when I feel like I want to stop I don't have a long distance to cover anymore. While with a long haul you either have to quit your job or commit for many more kilometers. And then it just feels forced.

 

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For me it depends a lot on the day that I'm not dominated by laziness 😜

 

 

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I would say it come and goes. In the beginning I often took short jobs because the income/km is often better. But know when I have a lot of money and just need the KMs I'll mostly do long jobs. Yes it can be boring. But that's why I often just put on some kind of entertainment on one of my monitors so I can just watch that with one eye while still driving. Off course without taking so much attention away from the game that it becomes reckless.

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