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  1. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
    Location: Scotland, UK
    Posts: 20,385

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    Default Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    I'm not.

    Number of arrests: 108

    Total fines: $21,114,086 (3.93%)

    (Total fines / Number of arrests = Average fine)
    Average fine: $195,500.80
    I'm a bit mental.


  2. Hammy is offline DoUcHe BaG
    Location: Newcastle, England
    Posts: 205

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    Number of arrests: 96
    Total fines: $18,235,904

    i guess not




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  3. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
    Location: Scotland, UK
    Posts: 20,385

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hammy »
    Number of arrests: 96
    Total fines: $18,235,904

    i guess not
    Wow the unmarked police cars must be exotics with the amount of money they bringing in. lol
    I'm a bit mental.

  4. Hammy is offline DoUcHe BaG
    Location: Newcastle, England
    Posts: 205

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    i think so lol




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  5. TOOL is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: California
    Posts: 118

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    I only got arrested 1 time lol.

  6. Lateksi90 is offline Burnt-out Shell
    Location: Finland
    Posts: 21

    #6

    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Sometimes i like drive like a normal Ciziten :P

  7. MaDaSp7 is offline 1993 - 2003
    Location: London, UK
    Posts: 140

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Not as law abiding as TOOL but still in single figures!

    Number of arrests = 9
    Total fines = $881,250

    Average fine = $97,916.67
    "Risk it for the biscuit, as my dad says" - Lewis Hamilton

    "If you make a car too adjustable people fiddle with it and most drivers haven't got a clue what they're doing" - Gordon Murray

  8. Street Ryder is offline Speed Demon
    Location: Ireland
    Posts: 776

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    arrests - around 60

    fines - 8 mil

    everywhere i go i cause chaos so keep an eye out for dangerous dave lol

  9. Radooh is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Oceanside
    Posts: 6

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    The only reason I ever get fined is because either the police rammed me head on (very realistic) or I rammed their road block and the police cars in the road block are like held to the ground by anvils.

  10. Battletoy is offline Wanna play with me?
    Location: Belgium
    Posts: 64

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Yeah, the cars in a road block don't really seem to move, let alone do anything once you bump into them, looks like you bumped into a wall...

  11. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Battletoy »
    Yeah, the cars in a road block don't really seem to move, let alone do anything once you bump into them, looks like you bumped into a wall...
    Yeah this is due to a manufacturer or manufacturers wanting the player to be punished if they went to crazy with a car, so blame the car maker(s) for that stupid little annoying anomaly.

    Certain marques don't like their cars being associated with pursuits or law breaking which is why I love Lamborghini, they don't care !
    I'm a bit mental.

  12. Battletoy is offline Wanna play with me?
    Location: Belgium
    Posts: 64

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diablo »
    Yeah this is due to a manufacturer or manufacturers wanting the player to be punished if they went to crazy with a car, so blame the car maker(s) for that stupid little annoying anomaly.
    Okay, but this causes something that looks kinda like what i call "the Gran Turismo effect", because you're speeding at 300km/h (miles?) and all of a sudden your car comes to a complete stop without a scratch, let alone a dent, heck, even your paint is still intact!

    If you want to do something like that effect, try giving a slight logical reaction such as a broken hood, engine, fuel leak, a broken window or such.This would also give the whole "lifestyle" term a new breath, seeing as you could then go to a mechanic and have your carglass repaired, engine fixed, or what ever just broke...

    On the other hand most of us wouldn't want/like it if you can't turn it on/off, beacuse this would lead to more law-abiding driving, so never mind that... All i'm saying is it should be slightly realistic, just even by making the cars move a bit, and have you arrested immediately after you broke it (the roadblock).You could also make the cars fly away into space for comical effect, but just have you arrested immediatly after that.


    (If you really took the time to read all of this, i salute you )
    Last edited by Battletoy; 18/03/07 at 16:06 PM.


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  13. Baxie is offline I am the passenger....
    Location: Denmark
    Posts: 349

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    2 times arrested

    Total fines: 481.250

    Both times happened when a friend of mine was playing around with my account.



    I disagree on the damage-thing. I don't think that it would change anything, by putting in a broken windshield or dented fender.

    You crash a Gallardo doing 300 mph directly into a brickwall the last thing going through your mind will be your tailpipe.

    If you want realism, I'd wager that 90% of the crashed in TDU would render the car a complete mess.

    Looking forward to the settings in Forza as I have heard that the realistic setting actually means your car is dead and you're out of the race. That makes competative racing a lot more interesting, as noone uses you as a boost around a corner.
    Last edited by Baxie; 19/03/07 at 16:53 PM.


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  14. Battletoy is offline Wanna play with me?
    Location: Belgium
    Posts: 64

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Point taken, but that's kinda what i was thinking too, i mean, people would be driing more careful, and less for their own fun, which is not what you want, what, with all the available sports cars and bikes...
    Though i feel that, just to add feeling, a damaged window would be nice.
    (You might repair it just by pressing back or so...)

    What i'd want to see changed however is the fact that the roadblocks don't move when hit, even though the makers of the models don't want exaggerated driving with their cars, they should have known what they were getting in to, no?
    Last edited by Battletoy; 19/03/07 at 17:00 PM.


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  15. Baxie is offline I am the passenger....
    Location: Denmark
    Posts: 349

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    This means that everyone that had a car in MFS:MW doesn't have a stick up their bottoms.

    Beginning to really hate Ferrari


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  16. FA430RGT is offline Hoods and Alley-ways..
    Location: London
    Posts: 1,588

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lateksi90 »
    Sometimes i like drive like a normal Ciziten :P
    Yeah I kinds like driving F430 as civilised as possible.. Untill I can't hold the urge to speed
    ...I Still Dawdle Round These Ends...

  17. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
    Location: Scotland, UK
    Posts: 20,385

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    LMAO I just grabbed myself a $4.3m fine earlier today, ouch !
    I'm a bit mental.

  18. Battletoy is offline Wanna play with me?
    Location: Belgium
    Posts: 64

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    My highest fine up to date was $89.675...
    I'll edit this reply with my stats, i'm busy trying MC again for the moment, but i think it was around 6 arrests, and a total of 'bout 300.000$ or so.


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  19. Street Ryder is offline Speed Demon
    Location: Ireland
    Posts: 776

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    got a fine the other day was so expensive couldnt pay it, got sent to jail for 30 secons which seemed like a life time lol

  20. MattyDienhoff is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 16

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    Default Re: Are you a model citizen of Oahu?

    Quote Originally Posted by Street Ryder »
    got a fine the other day was so expensive couldnt pay it, got sent to jail for 30 secons which seemed like a life time lol
    Moral of the story... don't get caught.


 
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