In France, you drive on the right side.
You can easily get around in France by train and by bus, but a car offers you the freedom to explore charming villages and a landscape that are not accessible by bus and train. The roads in France are divided into several categories. The fastest is the "Autoroute" . Autoroutes are indicated with an A on a map, for example A7. You can usually drive in 130 km / hour and there are several files in both directions. Autoroutes are regulated by tolls ( "peage" ) . National roads are called " route nationale " which is abbreviated RN or N , such as N202 or RN230for instance . These are not as fast as Autoroutes and here it is often 90 zone.
In larger cities , it may be much queues like in cities like Cannes, Nice , Monaco , Marseille and Toulon.
Parking can be a bit tricky in some places along the coast and in major cities, especially in the summer, but you usually find a parking space , at least if you are willing to pay for it. In smaller cities it is seldom a problem to find parking sapce, but sometimes you need to park outside the city walls.
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