Signs for Truck 1.28.13

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The new update is available version 1.28.13.

Changelog:
– Fixed problem with truck Man for badges.

Installation of signs on trucks. The mode is represented by over 224
signs marking trucks.

Signs: 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / E / E (yellow) / EEV / G / H / H (yellow) / IV
/ L / S / U / III / V / VI / R (yellow) / TIR / No TIR / T.I.R. / No
T.I.R. And many others. These signs are located at the front of the
truck cabin.
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E = (Environment) or white letter “U” (Umwelt), denoting vehicle with
a Euro-1 engine.

EEV = Enhanced environmentally friendly vehicle (emission category
between V and VI) is a term used in the European emission standards
for the definition of a “clean vehicle” _ 3.5 tonne in the category M2
and M3. The standard lies between the levels of Euro V and Euro VI.

G = denoting Gerauscharm Fahrzeug (ie noiseless/quiet vehicle): German
version of the Austrian “L” plate for use only on diesel vehicles
meeting German low-noise requirements – similar to those for Austria
as above.

L = denoting Larmarm Fahrzeug (ie low noise vehicle): Austrian version
of the symbol for quiet diesel vehicle which are:
– small and medium-sized lorries of no more than 150KW producing noise
levels no greater than 78dB.
– heavy lorries exceeding 150KW with noise levels no greater than
80dB.

S = (Sicher/safe) denoting a vehicle with a Euro-2 engine and safety
features.

3 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-3 engine and safety features.

4 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-4 engine and safety features.

5 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-5 engine and safety features.

6 = denoting a vehicle with a Euro-6 engine and safety features.

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A* = required in Germany on all vehicles carrying waste.

K* = required in Germany for vehicles making use of exceptions to the
Motor Tax Law.

R (yellow) = The truck has route approval, for ex. heavy transport.
(used in Austria).

H (yellow) = The truck has higher gross vehicle weight, for ex. heavy
transport. (used in Austria).

E (yellow) = The truck has restricted gross vehicle weight. Tax
benefits for it. (used in Austria).

III – VI = European emission standards III-VI for HGVs (_ 3.5 tonne).
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ADR signs: ADR / 22-1951 Argon Refrigerated Liquid / 22-1977 Liquid
Nitrogen / 22-2187 Carbon Dioxide Refrigerated Liquid / 23-1965
Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG / 23-1971 Methane Compressed or Natural
Gas Compresed With High Methane Content / 30-1202 Diesel / 30-1223
Kerosene / 30-1267 Crude Oil / 30-1300 Turpentine Substitute / 30-1863
Fuel Aviation Turbine Engine / 30-1999 Tars Liquid Including Road Oils
And Cutback Bitumens / 33-1090 Acetone / 33-1203 Gasoline / 33-1219
Isopropanol (Isopropyl Alcohol) / 44-2448 Sulphur Molten / 80-1824
Sodium Hydroxide Solution / 80-1830 Sulphuric Acid / 80-2796 Sulphuric
Acid (with Not More Than 51% Acid) / 86-2809 Mercury / 225-1073 Oxygen
Refrigerated Liquid / 225-2201 Nitrous Oxide / 90-3082 Environmentally
Hazardous Substance Liquid / Dangerous For The Environment / Flammable
Materials / Flammable Materials 2 / Flammable Materials 3 / Flammable
Solid Miscellaneous Goods Hazard Class 9 Material / Radioactive 1 /
Radioactive 2 / Radioactive 3 / 30-1866 Resin Solution Flammable /
33-1866 Resin Solution Flammable / 30-1307 Xylenes / 33-1307 Xylenes /
Infectious Material / Toxic Gases / Toxic Material / Corrosive
Material / 99-3257 Elevated Temperature Liquid N.O.S. And many others.
These signs are located at the front of the truck cabin.

For more information about ADR.

Speed limit signs: 30 / 40 / 50 / 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 / 100 / 110 / 120.
The combination of red white and yellow red. These signs are located
at the rear of the truck cabin.

Country symbols: Austria / Belarus / Belgium / Bosnia and Hherzegovina
/ Bulgaria / Croatia / Cyprus / Czech Rrepublic / Denmark / Ex
Yugoslavia / Estonia / France / Germany / Greece / Hungary / Island /
Ireland / Italy / Latvia / Liechtenstein / Lithuania / Luxembourg /
Macedonia / Montenegro / Netherlands / Norway / Poland / Portugal /
Romania / Russia / Serbia / Slovenia / Spain / Switzerland / Turkey /
United Kingdom. These symbols are located at the rear of the truck
cabin.

Credits:
Credits tobrago

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18 thoughts on “Signs for Truck 1.28.13

  1. Mr.GermanTruck

    Test Video on my Youtube Channel youtube.com/MrGermanTruck
    youtube.com/watch?v=0n9er1-WQAE

  2. Test 1.26 Video on my Youtube Channel youtube.com/Rafał PL
    youtube.com/watch?v=SGUzK8ZsMwY&feature=youtu.be

  3. Hi,

    Many thanks for these signs. Can you add the portuguese signs “TP”. It’s mandatory for portuguese
    truck in front off the the truck and in backward. It’s also mandatory for bus.

    In Spain, there is also the sign “SP” and “MP”. Can you add it too?

    You can find a lot of examples in Google.

    Thanks in advance.

    Doctor Z.

    1. Would it be a link or a picture of these signs, TP, SP & MP?

      1. Hi,

        For portuguese TP sign you have some examples below:
        http://camioespt.blogspot.fr/p/camioes-portugueses.html
        For the format, you can use this page:
        http://www.aman.pt/2141793011/tp-alvara/ms_prod_pt_12232/
        Alvará means “Charter” or a license allows to transport goods and person,
        the number is a sequential number

        And for spanish SP:
        http://www.france24.com/en/20160406-spain-summons-french-ambassador-after-farmers-hijack-wine-trucks
        http://www.camionesclasicos.com/FORO/viewtopic.php?f=70&t=14864&start=120 (look for Pardilla Bus)

        SP and MP are equal format.

        Many thanks.

        1. I think tha SP and MP in Spain are no more used, but we can see lot of trucks and buses using it.

          1. Test images. I would like if you know a little more information to give me about these signs.
            I know it is for a license to drive a truck that is over >10t.
            Of course, that this information is in English.

            Greeting.

            [img]http://i.imgur.com/zHCkjRr.png[/img]

      2. Hi tobrago and many thanks for this test image.
        I think it’s very good!

        I only know that it’s for particular transportation in Portugal.

        For Spanish sign SP and MP,unfortunately I don’t have more information.

        Thanks in advance.

          1. Hi tobrago,

            I think it’s very good, many thanks for your great work.

            I’m sure I will be the first in ETS2 community to use the TP sign.

  4. Great idea. Well modeled and good placement.
    Couple things though. Some of these, especially the “wide load” type signs feel very small, and i’d love to see some more placement point options for different signs.

    Otherwise very nice work! Do you have any plans to extended this to modded trucks like Madster’s MANs and RJL’s Scania/Sisu in the future aswell?

  5. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Yugoslavia
    it does not exist LOL

  6. Don’t forget to allow to put in backwards of the truck 🙂

  7. TheDamnSwede

    Please+ad+UN3065+(Alcoholic+Beverages)

  8. Please add more attachements points on the front to truck

  9. Released a new version of the mod v1.28.22 download link http://forum.scssoft.com/viewtopic.php?p=650307#p650307

    1. Many thanks tobrago and happy new year!

    2. Hi tobrago ! Such a great mod !!! It is possible to work with rjl’s scania ??

      Thx a lot, great job !!

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