Klaas’ Economy Mod v1.1.0 (steam release)

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Changelog
– This mod aims for creating a real atmosphere.
– The minimum income is approx. 0.70$/mile for Quickjobs and at least 1$/mile for Freightmarket jobs.
– AI Drivers will generate minimum 150$/day or 0.60$/mile
– New loan system, which will increase your loan limit at every level. (up to 5.000.000$)
– Real limit for driving and sleeping time.
– Fuel discount for garage increased to 20%
– Truck refund value is set to 75% of it’s value.
– You will gain less experience and you will level up harder than vanilla game.
– Due to low income, saving fuel will have big importance as well as Fuel Economy skill.
– You will have to make Quickjobs until level 8 (approx.), due to lack of money. At level 8 , your bank loan limit will allow you to buy a stock truck.
– Insurance will be very important. Even the regular tire damage will cause problems. Maintaining the insurance as low as possible will be essential for making profit.
– Fines have been reduced, but they are still a threat for your profit.
– Police frequency has been reduced.
– Fines will not be doubled if a police car is near you.
– Fines probability has been reduced in some cases, especially if a police car isn’t near you.
– Fines increase with level.

Authors:
Klaas

klaas_economy_mod.scs – 53 KB

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  1. Michel MacCulloch says:

    @Klaas. I much preferred the 8 hour sleep window, as it aligns more with what is appropriate for myself locally, it all depends on what rulebook you’re looking at 😉 For example, I live in North America, and the local driving hour/sleeping hour requirements are as follows:

    [spoiler]Scheduling — Driving North of Latitude 60°N
    Application

    37 Sections 38 to 54 apply in respect of driving north of latitude 60°N.

    Driving and On-duty Time

    [b]38 (1) No motor carrier shall request, require or allow a driver to drive and no driver shall drive after the driver has accumulated 15 hours of driving time.[/b]

    (2) No motor carrier shall request, require or allow a driver to drive and no driver shall drive after the driver has accumulated 18 hours of on-duty time.

    Mandatory Off-duty Time

    [b]39 (1) No motor carrier shall request, require or allow a driver to drive and no driver shall drive after the driver has accumulated more than 15 hours of driving time or 18 hours of on-duty time unless they take at least 8 consecutive hours of off-duty time before driving again.[/b]

    (2) No motor carrier shall request, require or allow a driver to drive and no driver shall drive if more than 20 hours of time has elapsed between the conclusion of the most recent period of 8 or more consecutive hours of off-duty time and the beginning of the next period of 8 or more consecutive hours of off-duty time.[/spoiler]

    To sum, it allows up to 15 hours of consecutive driving time, with an 8 hour sleep before you are “Reset”
    [url]http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2005-313/page-3.html[/url]

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