This was sent to me by River and what a crazy intersection it is. It seems the larger the size of vehicle means more of a right of way.
Is it worse than this one I have showed you previously? There do seem to be some rules in force in HCM, aka Saigon, even if not all obey them. They imported their driving style from French colonial times.
I can't imagine I will ever drive in either Addis Abeba or Ho Chi Minh City. I won't even add driving around the Arc de Triomphe to any sort of bucket list. I have officially declared myself too old to drive on the wrong side of the road. Now what are the rules for Arc de Triomphe? It appears that cars within the roundabout must give was to cars entering. Or is like it was here years ago, give way to the right? The coach driver seems somewhat hesitant.
Later edit: Insurance companies judge an accident on this Paris roundabout as being equal fault and split the costs.