Article 64 General rules and priority for passing cyclists

Generally, if their route is blocked, drivers have priority over pedestrians and animals on roads and hard shoulders except in the cases detailed in articles 65 and 66, where they should let them through, stopping if necessary.   Cyclists have priority over motor vehicles:   A) when they are in a bicycle lane, a cycle...

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Article 65 Priority of drivers over pedestrians

1. Drivers have priority over pedestrians except in the following cases:   A) in properly designated zebra crossings. This slideshow requires JavaScript. B) when a driver finds pedestrians crossing when turning into another road, even if there is no zebra crossing. C) when the vehicle crosses a pavement on which there are pedestrians who don't...

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Article 66 Priority of drivers over animals

1. Drivers have priority over animals except in the following cases:   A) in properly signposted cattle tracks B) when a driver is turning into another road and there are animals crossing even where there is no crossing place for them C) when the vehicle crosses a pavement where animals are passing in the absence...

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