There is a highway that starts in the city of Savage. You must must place distance marker signs on this highway for the outgoing traffic. According to highway code, there must be a distance marker sign at least every 20 km, and every distance marker sign must be labelled with its distance from the start (the city of Savage).
Normally this isn't a problem for you but there is a snag. Your sign printing machine is broken and your only back-up plan is to steal a pack of stickers from your daughter. This pack of stickers contains ten of each digit, 0 through 9 (that's 100 total stickers). As luck would have it, using these stickers isn't against code and you have plenty of blank signs to put them on.
What is the furthest distance marker sign you can place without breaking highway code?
Note: This isn't meant to be a lateral-thinking question. Use no more than 10 of each digit across all signs, no more than a gap of 20 between signs, the answer is the last sign you place. You do not need leading zeros, so "004" can just be "4".
I do not claim to have the optimal answer (but it's probably pretty good). I did not use a computer program, but they are allowed. I guess if you want to answer you should also list all of your signs? Assuming somebody beats me I'll give out the checkmark after a couple of days.