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20. After 170 metres: Near an power line you are given 2 choices. If you drive the version A you turn left, for B turn right. Usually there has to be an indication in a text to help you make your choice. Normally I give the A for the regular version and the B for the harder one

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21. After another 170 metres: A T-junction at the corner of a forest where you turn left. Just before the junction there's another track from the left.

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22. After 350 metres: Crossing on which the right one comes just out of a tunnel.

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23. After 200 metres: Pretty obvious that you turn right. The more precise you show such situations the better it is. Always think of the poor guy in an old Series who has no tripmeter or only a broken one.

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24. After 130 metres: On tarmac T-junction to the left after a bridge.

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25. After 550 metres: Turn left on a main road. On the other road side you will see an roadsign.

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26. After 50 metres: Mainly an Y-juntion. This time with village names. I use to do this when there are indication signs showing them. It's also good if people completely loose their bearings. Quite often they manage to find such situations even when they come from completely wrong sides.

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27. Basically an simple T-junction. But I use the '!' as an universal sign for danger. In this place was an completely overgrown 3 metre deep ditch immediately near the track.

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28. The strange sign on the right may either indicate an cross, an chapel or even a church. Normally I use for a church an rectangle with an inside cross though. The sign 'Pillon' is the village sign. Note also I forgot the dot on the road which indicates where you come from.

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29. When working with computers for drawing you have the possibility to define an background colour I used this light grey to mark a town or village. Under normal conditions this is not required but it helps those guys without tripmeters.

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