Longest drivable route?

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14 Sep 2017 08:11

Volleybal4life wrote:
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The question was ProMods+RusMap ;)
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15 Sep 2017 01:32

I reckon it's about 4,900km, between Bilbao in and Krasnoslobodsk. Just bear in mind that this is a default SCS routing, and it is normally possible to shave bits off by diverting into cities or diverting via straighter routes. Allow 48-60 hours to drive the route nonstop, or adding rests, four to six days.
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17 Sep 2017 16:43

When Promods makes it to the south of Spain, i want to drive from Cadiz (E) to Moscow (RUS)
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17 Sep 2017 16:45

PirriAND wrote:
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from Cadiz (E)
lul I went to Cádiz last week so I can give ya pics from RL situation :P
Oh and like I (and mateush05 ;)) said earlier I would drive from sothern Portugal to Magadan or if this would be ever possible 'till the eastern part of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug :D
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17 Sep 2017 16:57

I said Cadiz beacause i don't know if Promods will include Tarifa, which is by far the most southern point in the Iberian Peninsula:

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17 Sep 2017 17:14

Gibraltar-Vladivostok would be the best route ever
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17 Sep 2017 17:41

I think Gibraltat Shangai or Hong Kong.
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17 Sep 2017 18:27

Tarifa is 45km south from Gibraltar which makes more sense to start from Tarifa, as I said before, the southern most part of the Iberian Peninsula.
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Vladivostok
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug is further :P :lol:
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17 Sep 2017 22:07

Tarifa to Naukan (the literal end of the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug). Putting that in perspective, it would be a shorter distance to fly (if there was an airport there at Naukan) over the Atlantic Ocean, Canada, and Alaska, than it would be flying over Europe and Russia.



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