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Did you run it in OpenGL or DirectX?

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Seems a bit odd. Do you have some form of mod enabled, as this may be causing some weirdly glitchy bug where the game is trying to go to default, causing it to flicker.

 

Out of interest, if you visit a service/garage etc does it continue upon exit?

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Matthew

 

 

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1 hour ago, T.J.BDr'Dri said:

The problem is that sometimes graphic cards do not process those details,

well if your problem still I suggest you reinstall the drivers of your GPU

Nope. It is not caused by the GPU drivers. It's all up to date.

 

49 minutes ago, MaffewE said:

Seems a bit odd. Do you have some form of mod enabled, as this may be causing some weirdly glitchy bug where the game is trying to go to default, causing it to flicker.

 

Out of interest, if you visit a service/garage etc does it continue upon exit?

I do not use any mode in the game.

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Hi there!

My theory is that two skins are being used on the truck at the same time.

Try to verify your local game files by right clicking on Euro Truck Simulator 2 in your steam library and choose properties. Now click on the tab that says Local Files and then Verify Integrity Of Game Files.

 

/Alex

 

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