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[ARCHIVED] Guide To Surviving Rotterdam, Amsterdam & Europoort


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Hello guys, 



Today I am gonna teach you on how to survive Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Europoort. 



Step 1: Once you enter Europoort, Rotterdam or Amsterdam, make sure you have a good internet as lag will hit you as soon as you enter. Or make sure you have a good PC as Frames will drop 

Step 2: Make sure you don't go pass the white lines, stay on the right side. 

Step 3: Make sure you follow all road rules like the speed limit, braking at traffic lights when red. Using your Indicators/Blinkers. Also check both ways etc, (I would suggest that you slow down once entering all 3 of these places as the traffic can hit at any moment) 

Step 4: You have to be quick as you can collecting/dropping off your load. Make sure you be careful when it comes to pulling out of the company exits.

Step 5: Now you've survived Rotterdam/Amsterdam, you will need to survive the Drop off/Pick Up points.As you would do in convoys, go out 1 by 1 and make sure you're on the right side of the road so you can let the people through which are coming the opposite way. 

Step 6: Slow down at corners as a lot of people will be speeding round those corners and will cause collisions. . 

Step 7: Whatever you do, do not stop in the middle of the road or even pull over. wait till you get out of one of the 3 places as you will cause more trouble throughout Them. Think of a scenario. You have just came out from a football match but the car park is jam packed with people trying to get out. Do not hesitate and take it steady. Make sure you wait patiently and obey the road rules. Keep moving and do not stop. (Except when there is traffic) As the Rules do say, parking in Rotterdam/Europoort is forbidden 

Step 8: When pulling out into a different lane, make sure to check your mirrors as there might be a person already using the lane coming up to you.

Now some helpful advice. 

Step 9: Look out for over takers as they can cut you up at any point. Remember, taking your time is key. 

Step 10: When pulling into Amsterdam or Rotterdam, make sure you take it steady as there might be oncoming traffic. When you pull in to Rotterdam, make sure you take the lane which is the turning for Rotterdam and make sure it's safe to cross the carriageway. Do not feel like you're being rushed or anything. Be patient.


Now some helpful advice. 


1. If you are wanting to get through these places quicker. I would suggest getting a recording software like OBS, Fraps etc. and make sure that you record your journey as there are a lot of dangerous drivers. You will be helping the community by reporting those dangerous drivers. I wouldn't suggest using the report system on the game just yet as you are in the middle of these busy places and you can cause a crash and it is quite hard to use the report system whilst driving.  

2. Make sure you have your foot on the brake ready incase you need to stop.

Thanks for reading! 


Hope you enjoyed this guide and I hoped it help you throughout your journey. Stay safe and happy trucking



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Hello @Smalley


As this area of the map is no longer a hot-spot and does not require any special knowledge, skill or experience to drive in, I am going to archive your guide as newer players may be confused as to why this guide exists when the problems associated with the area no longer exist.


- Phon

- TruckersMP Community Manager


// Archived



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