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Answer this question: why the speed limit is different between ATS(130 km/h)/ETS(110 km/h) on MP?

I need your help with this question because, no matter how hard I try, I don't understand why?
Do you think the speed limit should be the same? 110 or 130 kmph?

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It was written in the Road to Simulation blog post that as ATS does not provide an Arcade server they decided to put a speed limit of 130 km/h.

 

https://truckersmp.com/blog/167

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IMO it's because America has higher speed limits for the most parts. Most of our highways the speed limits are 65MPH to 80MPH. Even in the cities it usually only drops to like 45MPH to 55MPH as long as you're still on a main road. So it does make sense that the speed limit is slower on the ETS2 servers.

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What MadCowTransport said. Speed limits are different in each continent. In the USA, some states allow trucks to go as fast as 80 mph on highways, nowhere in Europe are trucks allowed to go that fast. The highest speed limit for trucks in Europe, AFAIK, is 100 Km/h on highways and only in Bulgaria, anywhere else the limits are 80-90 Km/h. The real question could be: If we are going towards Simulation and that's why ATSMP server limit is 80 mph, why not do the same in ETS2MP and set the server limit at 100 Km/h?

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13 hours ago, DavinaTheWeena said:

Reading the title of the thread, 130kmph times 110kmph...is 14.3 billion mph, or 21 times the speed of light. Do you lot drive that fast?

thats is just a mistake in the translation of Mineiro Uai, here in Brasil we use KM/H, or KiloMeters Per Hour, so he just put kmph instead of kph or kmh.

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