Euro Truck Simulator Edit
In Euro Truck Simulator, one may receive speed tickets if they drive over the speed limit for a continuous moment. Fines can be received almost everywhere and doesn't depend on fixed locations.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 Edit
Speed cameras were introduced in Euro Truck Simulator 2. From now on, the speeding ticket system is based on precise control locations, in the shape of speed cameras, also known as radar, along the road.
The cameras are featured in the majority of the countries in the game, with notable exceptions like Belgium or Luxembourg (although these two countries use fixed and mobile speed cameras in the reality).
Should one exceed the speed limit by 5 km/h or more when passing a speed camera, a ticket will be immediately issued.
Speed cameras may, or may not, be signalled by a warning sign.
However, update 1.27 introduced police cars in the traffic. Like their American counterpart, these cars can issue tickets (speed, lights, red light, collision) to any infringer in their vicinity.
- Like in real life, you may not receive a ticket if you only exceed the speed limit by a small margin (≤4 km/h)
- Models of speed cameras in game may not represent actual speed cameras. In-game German cameras are fictional, there is no such model in use in the reality.
- Although In-game French radars from the vanilla game are exact copies of the real Mesta 3rd Series, it is very unlikely to encounter them over a gantry. The vast majority of radars are placed on the middle or the side of the road.
- Later cameras (Pariflex Falco) from Vive la France! expansion are this time, realistically placed (although it is again very unlikely to find two speed cameras at the exact some location).
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