In-game fines are penalties incurred for dangerous actions while driving. They can be charged from 100 to 550 euros, but they shouldn't be economy-shaking. However, drivers should still try to avoid such infractions, as the cost can quickly add up. Occasionally drivers may get fined for various offences at once.
|Offence Symbol||Offence Description||Amount in ETS2 (€)||Amount in ATS ($)|
|Running a red light||350||700|
|Colliding with car||400||900|
|Failed to stop at weigh station||N/A||600|
Wrong Way Edit
Driving in opposite lane will be fined as a "Wrong way Offence."
Note that different countries have either left-handed or right-handed traffic. Only the United Kingdom drives on left-hand side while rest drive on the right-hand side.
No Lights Edit
It is advised to turn on lights during night, during rain, and when driving in a tunnel as neglecting to do so will be fined as a "No Lights Offense." It is also very important to press L twice, as pressing it once will only activate the parking lights.
Fatigue is how long driver can drive. Usually 10 hours during beginner but this can be extended by upgrading "Long distance" skill.
Neglecting to rest will result in fatigue increasing and a 150 euro fine. Full fatigue will cause the screen to blacken for a second and it will occur repeatedly, causing reduced visibility and creates a greater chance of hitting traffic or objects, which can cause damage to drivers' trucks and possible collision fines.
Running a red lightEdit
These commonly occur at traffic lights in every city. This can also occur at every road works area and level crossing.
In American Truck Simulator, right turning at a red light is legal and does not incur any fines.
Colliding with another car/truck will result in a traffic jam. This is most critical on one-lane roads. Drivers' trucks will receive damage and a fine will be given. The tables may turn and the AI may crash into you but you can still get fined.
Some areas of the game have speed cameras, which are indicated by a sign with a camera on it or a sign in that country's language informing drivers of speed cameras ahead. Some cameras are fixed on a large metal bar that hangs across multiple lanes of traffic over a highway, while some are small boxes mounted on the side of the road.
Driving past a speed camera or a police car by exceeding the speed limit for 5 km/h or more will result in a fine.
Failed to stop at weigh station Edit
Driver should stop at weigh station for the weigh inspection unless the station allow the driver to bypass. The message will be appear on Route Advisor whether the driver should stop or continue to drive without stopping by.
- The driver does not rest in the Channel Tunnels.