Emphasis on "deceptively."
|"Hey, what does that sign mean?"|
- La Loi du Droit
|Maybe I should slow down ... but no reason to stop!|
Not one. Instead they have these peculiar triangular signs with an black "x" in the middle which indicates an intersection is just up ahead, and at which the Rule of the Right prevails.
|Can you believe that little road on the right has the right of way?|
The catch is that you lose your right if you hesitate, in theory at least. The complicating the math for me is working the clutch and the new roads and the windy routes, thus my brain and body are fully engaged.
As crazy as the Rule of the Right may at first appear:
It makes sense on roads that are, more times than not, relatively traffic free.
|Okay, it all just got crazier in the village center!|