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For most of my working life, it has been spent behind the wheel of different types of vehicles.
Many new drivers panic when they approach roundabouts, but they’re not as difficult to deal with once you understand the method.
Basically, a roundabout is where two or more roads meet, just like a crossroad or ‘T’ junction. The only difference is that there is an island in the middle and all road users have to go around it clockwise. The other difference from other junctions, is that you only need to give way to traffic from the right.
There are many different types of roundabouts, which depend on how many exits it has. An exit is a road that you can turn into. Some may just have two exits, where others can have many exits. – as the clip shows.
When approaching a roundabout, the first clue you will see is a roundabout. It could look like any of these depending on the type of road your currently on.
When approaching a roundabout to turn left, you should:
When going straight ahead, you should:
When turning right, you should:
If you are still confused, its best that you review it again.