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Cycling Weekly - - Letters -

In re­sponse to Peter Drum­mond’s let­ter ‘Fault­less France’(cw Oc­to­ber 12), the French High­way Code states that cars must leave a min­i­mum of one me­tre in town and 1.5 me­tres out­side towns when over­tak­ing non-mo­torised road users (cy­clists, pedes­tri­ans, horses etc). Fail­ure to do so can re­sult in three points on your li­cence. It does seem that this rule is quite well ob­served.

Si­mon Watkins, email

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