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1 hour ago, theblitz707 said:

at first it was turning slower then it tried to take off... You can do this if you brake lightly and turn at the same time. i wish this wouldnt occur

This video would be better with this music - 

 

 

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7 hours ago, [Lima-COO] Stubborn said:

Funny thing is, this can happen to trucks too :D Someone rammed me once and I experienced the same thing in my S series. Trick is to keep it slow, and smooth steering. Once the trailer starts sliding on a truck, you've had it 😂

i dont think its about steering smooth, i think its about not steering at the limits

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22 hours ago, ZabbeX said:

WOW! This is really funny. I have also tried to drift, I think it´s a bit more difficult

 

Watch out for that, if you get caught doing that it could end bad for you. then you completely miss the purpose of this game.

Anyway seeing op video i think it's smart to disable the physics mod for your own safety and for others, you should not continue to drive like that.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, [S.PLH]Warrior said:

 

Watch out for that, if you get caught doing that it could end bad for you. then you completely miss the purpose of this game.

Anyway seeing op video i think it's smart to disable the physics mod for your own safety and for others, you should not continue to drive like that.

 

 

I am conscious that drifting is not allowed, so I just did it on my garage :d

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On 1/9/2020 at 2:11 PM, [S.PLH]Warrior said:

 

Watch out for that, if you get caught doing that it could end bad for you. then you completely miss the purpose of this game.

Anyway seeing op video i think it's smart to disable the physics mod for your own safety and for others, you should not continue to drive like that.

 

 

 

What is purpose of this game? Spinning like fidget spinner in truck or skoda? 

You don't have any shame to tell players to turn off Winter mod Physics ? Because it's totally broken and unrealistic. 

Anyone who created this sat in real truck during winter? 

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This is fun, but at the same time dangerous, as you will never know when a user is recording and if you accidentally hit him there you could be banned. I don't use snow physics, but I see a lot of videos out there with this type of content and it's incredibly funny. :lol:

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On 1/5/2020 at 11:14 PM, GrubbyTrack said:

I don't see the problem with this.

As a Norwegian I see this every day. 

As a norwegian truck driver i never saw something like that. Not even in Hardangervidda, where the road up there gets incredible minus temps. If i talk about troms eller finnmark, i would say that also there is non realistic that kind of sliding and overturning. I saw foreign and norwegian trucks ditched, down the cliffs or jackknived middle of a road but never that kind of super fast spinning or to travel with the speed light (almost) after a short slide. The physics in-game are certainly NOT realistic at all. If you guys drive with a keyboard or mouse, better choose the normal map. The winter mode is a joke but it can be handled in a better way with a steering wheel and a slower speed. You can get even better control of the truck if you have a skrs and lower gears before you reach the very slippery areas in-game. What i noticed as an ekstra, is that when it's raining the road get a bit more slippery. 

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5 minutes ago, ReierV8 said:

As a norwegian truck driver i never saw something like that. Not even in Hardangervidda, where the road up there gets incredible minus temps. If i talk about troms eller finnmark, i would say that also there is non realistic that kind of sliding and overturning. I saw foreign and norwegian trucks ditched, down the cliffs or jackknived middle of a road but never that kind of super fast spinning or to travel with the speed light (almost) after a short slide. The physics in-game are certainly NOT realistic at all. If you guys drive with a keyboard or mouse, better choose the normal map. The winter mode is a joke but it can be handled in a better way with a steering wheel and a slower speed. You can get even better control of the truck if you have a skrs and lower gears before you reach the very slippery areas in-game. What i noticed as an ekstra, is that when it's raining the road get a bit more slippery. 

That comment was just a joke, I wasn't serious. 


This is not related to your comment, but your truck is really nice. Must be fun to drive in Hardangervidda too.

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3 minutes ago, GrubbyTrack said:

That comment was just a joke, I wasn't serious. 


This is not related to your comment, but your truck is really nice. Must be fun to drive in Hardangervidda too.

Vel, det går greit. Hehehe. Men ja...that's difficult to drive in those very "spesielle" places. Especially if you drive from the northern part to EU and you go via Norge, then it becomes the whole trip a living hell. From Sverige goes a bit easier but still no big differencies. About Hardangervidda, no mate, it's not a good place to drive. I dont suggest it, but unfortunately Norge has not many roads to choose, so either you take that way...either you have to drive around but the distance will be huge. Take care. 

 

ReierV8

Troms Cargo AS

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