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    In Paris, you need to be both a defensive and aggressive driver. The first time I drove around the Arc de Triomphe, it took three circuits before I could navigate to the street I needed. There are no specific right-of-way rules, just use common sense and a bit of courtesy. over 8 years ago

    Answered by Virgil Simons via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    There are rules but they don't get observed. Basically there is too much traffic coming onto the big roundabouts and it ends up a bit of a free for all. The best way to deal with it, as with most city centres, is not to be there at the busiest times. Park up and use the trains. If you do have to be there then stay patient and be prepared to be forceful if you need to be as Virgil says. over 8 years ago

    Answered by diddler via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Rules?! I don't think there are any :) over 8 years ago

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    The rule is priorité à droite. Person on the right has the right of way. With round abouts or "ronds points" , the driver already in the circle has the right of way over someone waiting to enter. Be a defensive driver. about 8 years ago

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