Article 62 Priority in the absence of road signs
1. Regardless of what a public official might order, or, as the case may be, what works staff might indicate, or those accompanying specialised vehicles or in specialised transport schemes, priority for different types of vehicles when one of them has to reverse is as follows:
A) Specialised vehicles and those in special transport schemes which exceed the weight or size set in vehicle regulations.
B) Groups of vehicles, except those covered by paragraph d).
C) Horse-drawn vehicles.
D) Cars towing trailers of up to 750kg maximum authorised weight and camper vans.
E) Passenger transport vehicles.
F) Lorries, tractors and vans.
G) Cars and car-derived vehicles.
H) Specialised vehicles which do not exceed the established weight or size regulations, quads and lightweight quads.
I) Three-wheeled vehicles, motorcycles with sidecars and three-wheeled mopeds.
J) Motorcycles, two-wheeled mopeds and bicycles.
Where vehicles are of the same type or not listed above, priority is determined in favour of the vehicle which has the greater distance to reverse, and if these are equal, the one with the greater width, length or maximum authorised weight.
2. Offences under the terms of these rules are considered serious.