I fondly refer to driving in France as "bumper car madness", particularly when navigating a large roundabout like the one you will enter, most likely with trepidation, around L' Arc de Triomphe. As intimidating as it can be, do not hesitate, keep moving and you will find yourself safely deposited where your GPS leads you. Butter1 gives me a slight advantage when zipping around town where you will find the tourists tend to drive larger vehicles including the occasional RV! Parking is not a problem, it fits anywhere including on my plane, Butter2, allowing me to have Butter1 at my disposal at all times. As you can see here the Vaucluse is the go to place for cycling where the motorists are extremely courteous to the riders and use caution on the very steep, narrow and winding mountain roads. The Tour de France is a yearly event where I host Team Domain G and make sure the riders have plenty of Chef G Energy Bars!