The Local France has an interactive map of where to find gas (petrol) stations that have supplies. They also have a map of where the gas shortage is being felt the worst.
The Economist has some essential reading from May 27 that covers the recent mayhem including more than 2,300 petrol stations that are either dry or rationing portions.
Travel wisely and be safe. I’ll be Tweeting updates from my handle @AmExpatFrance.
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France-Etats Unis Grenoble, an association for expats and French people alike living in the Grenoble area, is helping host an info session by Democrats Abroad in the historic city center of Grenoble. Information voting abroad will be abundant. Be sure to attend!
You can download a ballot, instructions and learn more as well as on their website.
Global Presidential Primary
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Café de la Table Ronde
7 Place Saint André, Grenoble
6-9 pm (GMT+1)
Chair, Democrats Abroad Rhone-Alps
Vice President, France Etats-Unis Grenoble
See more about the local Rhone-Alps chapter of Democrats Abroad:
On the web
Join us on Meetup