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Road safety

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Before begin


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Appropriate equipment is essential, gloves are mandatory (CE standards), high shoes and a solid jacket are recommended in order to make the most of the road.

Be able to drive

Do not drive under the effect of fatigue, alcohol, drugs or medications that cause reduced alertness.

Phone and earphones

Do not use your phone during your trip and do not listen to music. The use of hands-free kits or even headphones is prohibited for all road users.

During the session


Always on the left, overtaking on the right being  interdit. You must fall back only when the overtaken vehicle is fully visible in the mirror.

Traffic between lanes

The rise in queues, often practiced when traffic is congested, is not currently provided for by the highway code.

Traffic between lanes is currently the subject of an experiment aimed at authorizing this practice.

If you decide to back up a line of vehicles, follow a few essential precautions:

- make sure that no sign or marking on the ground (such as a continuous white line) prohibits overtaking;

- do not use bus lanes (frequent accidents with vehicles changing direction) and cycle lanes, so as not to hinder the progress of cyclists and force them to breathe in your exhaust gases when you are stopped at a red light

- adapt your pace to that of the doubled file while keeping a small speed difference

- anticipate the crossing of pedestrians, who weave their way between stopped vehicles and may be surprised or surprise you.

Bus lanes

Do not use bus lanes, bike lanes/paths or bike locks, only cyclists are allowed.

Pedestrian area

In a pedestrian area, only the vehicles needed to serve the area are authorized to circulate there, at walking speed (6 km/h), giving priority to pedestrians. With rare exceptions (delivery scooters for example), motorized two-wheelers are therefore not allowed to circulate in a pedestrian area, and their parking is strictly prohibited (Place de la Comédie for example). On the other hand, nothing prevents you from crossing a pedestrian area on foot by pushing your scooter/motorcycle.

Meeting area

In a meeting zone, pedestrians have priority over all vehicles and the speed is limited to 20 km/h. The roadway is two-way for cyclists, and priority to the right is the general rule. Motorized two-wheelers must park in marked parking spaces.

Area 30

In a 30 zone, the speed is limited to 30 km/h. The pedestrian circulates on the sidewalks but is encouraged to cross at any point. The roadway is two-way for cyclists, and priority to the right is the general rule.

Lane change

Use your turn signals and mirrors.


Anticipate the movements of other users and keep your distance. 25 meters behind the vehicles in front of you and keep a lateral safety distance of at least 1.5 m.

Weather report

In bad weather, slow down and maintain a greater safety distance. Avoid slippery parts on the ground such as white strips, metal plates and dead leaves. Don't brake suddenly.

In end of session


Park the vehicle in a public space authorized for motorized two-wheelers.


1-   No parking on sidewalks or pedestrian zone ⛔️

2-   No parking on dedicated spaces only for bikes and scooters ⛔️

1- All locations allowing motorcycles or motorized two-wheelers ✅

2- All locations dedicated to freefloating for scooters ✅

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