Couldn't find it in the Wiki. Can anyone tell me if it is maxspeed:hazmat:forward=30 or maxspeed:forward:hazmat=30. I looked it up for HGVs and hazmat in taginfo and found:

30x maxspeed:hgv:forward
12x maxspeed:forward:hgv
 7x maxspeed:forward:hazmat
 7x maxspeed:hazmat:forward

So it is not a strong indicator. I'd prefer maxspeed[:forward|:backward][:hgv|:hazmat] but in the end it doesn't matter as long as it is consistent.

asked 26 Apr '14, 13:06

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According to the Conditional Restrictions Wiki page hazmat should be treated as Condition, so my conclusion would be something like

maxspeed:forward:conditional = 50 @ hazmat

(50km/h for hazmat vehicles in direction of the way).

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answered 26 Apr '14, 16:29

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