Development on version 2.x (British Isles Edition)

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StephenHunterUK
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19 Apr 2020 21:42

dclark12553 wrote:
19 Apr 2020 17:43
The route advisor doesn't show when you Enter England from Scotland when driving on the M6.
Does it do it in reverse?

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19 Apr 2020 23:50

ScuL wrote:
16 Mar 2020 06:29
I have lived in the UK for 6 years so I can comment on this subject from experience.

The EU stripe has never been mandatory in the UK, it depends on your personal preference when you first register the vehicle with the DVLA.
If you don't do anything you will get a non-EU plate, if you tick the box for EU plates you will get EU plates, it's optional.
In some cases, brand new cars are pre-registered by car dealers, in that case the EU stripe may or may not be included because it depends on what the car dealer guy preferred when he registered the plates. Most dealers don't obtain EU plates.

It's actually illegal to deface or remove the EU stripe because it's manipulation of a vehicle registration plate and you can receive very high penalties and be ordered to "renew" the plates by police.
The bit about it being optional is correct. You can have the European flag, or a national flag (UK, England, Wales etc).
The DVLA however don't keep a record. When you buy registration plates, you just choose whether you want a flag or not. It's not illegal to remove a flag if you originally had one. If you get new plates made, you just choose again. You can even cut the flag off, as long as the rest of the letter spacings remain the same (short plates are fine).

A blind eye is generally turned to custom flags like logos and names, but these aren't legal.

Marsoff
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20 Apr 2020 22:46

Is anyone working on Cornwall?

And also is anyone developing the M40 from London to Birmingham and the latter’s ring road?

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21 Apr 2020 18:34

I haven't shown much progress recently, but I have continued to work my way down to Plymouth, on the A38:
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21 Apr 2020 18:55

Love that Bridge :)
Great Job Plum!
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21 Apr 2020 19:57

awesome looks great

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22 Apr 2020 00:16

Thanks a lot Plum and also BMW for answering. Keep up the good work! :D
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22 Apr 2020 01:15

Will you rebuild that city?
Working on San Diego map, 2:5 scale: www.promods.net/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=25293
I NEED HELP for:
- landscape
- details
- signage and
- company advisors (which companies to put where)

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22 Apr 2020 10:20

dclark12553 wrote:
19 Apr 2020 17:43
The route advisor doesn't show when you Enter England from Scotland when driving on the M6.
Yep, I checked, and the triggers for the HUD flags are there, but not properly activated. They work now, so you should see them in the next update ;)
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22 Apr 2020 11:27

brainiac wrote:
22 Apr 2020 01:15
Will you rebuild that city?
Yes Plymouth has already been under rebuilding for quite some time, I have been focusing on finishing Exeter previously though, so that's why I hadn't really shown work in Plymouth yet ;)
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