Posted on 09 October 2008 by Dan Johnson
French law has been changed to make it compulsary for cars to be equipped with roadside warning triangles. Although this has been law for several months, there has been a grace period while shops have restocked with the products.
This grace period is now over and anyone stopped will be liable to an on-the-spot fine, so make sure you are carrying a warning triangle and high visibility jacket when driving in France.
A quick search on the internet under the term ‘road safety equipment’ suggests that these can be bought for under £10.