1. Drivers have priority over pedestrians except in the following cases:
A) in properly designated zebra crossings.
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 have a designated area.
2. When vehicles cross designated zones in pedestrian areas, drivers must give way to pedestrians.
3. They must also give way:
A) to pedestrians who are getting on or off a bus, at a designated stop, when they are between the vehicle and a pedestrian area or nearest place of safety.
B) to military personnel in uniform, groups of schoolchildren, or organised marches (article 23.3 of the law).
4. Offences under the terms of these rules are considered serious.