- What lane should you be in to take the second exit?
- Is it illegal to go around a roundabout twice?
- What lane should you be in to go straight on at a roundabout?
- Can you exit a roundabout in the right hand lane?
- What speed should you go around a roundabout?
- What means third exit?
- How do you exit a roundabout?
- How should you indicate when going straight at a roundabout?
- How many times can you go around a roundabout legal?
- What is the middle lane used for on a roundabout?
- How do you read roundabout exits?
- What is the 12 o’clock rule?
What lane should you be in to take the second exit?
Taking the second exit on a standard 4 junction roundabout would normally mean the left hand lane, but the road marking might say the left lane is for left turn ONLY.
The general rule is to watch for the roundabout sign as you approach..
Is it illegal to go around a roundabout twice?
It is illegal to circle a roundabout more than 3 times There is no evidence to support this, other than the ‘careless driving’ argument. You should plan before you enter a roundabout and circling more than twice could be considered as careless driving.
What lane should you be in to go straight on at a roundabout?
7. Some larger roundabouts have multiple lanes. Use the most appropriate lane for your exit. Left lane going left, right lane for right turns, and the centre lane for straight ahead.
Can you exit a roundabout in the right hand lane?
You may approach the roundabout from either left or right lanes (unless there are road markings with other instructions), drive in the same lane through the roundabout and exit in the same lane.
What speed should you go around a roundabout?
On approach, determine whether the roundabout is closed or open and slow down to an appropriate speed by covering the brake and the clutch. At around 10 to 15 meters from the junction line, ensure you are driving at around 10 mph and select 2nd gear.
What means third exit?
When a car enters (drives round) a roundabout, the first exit is the first road on which they can leave the roundabout and continue their journey. The “third exit” is the third road counting from where they joined the roundabout.
How do you exit a roundabout?
At the dashed yield line, look to your left and yield to drivers already in the roundabout. Remember, in a multi-lane roundabout, you must yield to both lanes of traffic. Once a gap in traffic appears, merge into the roundabout and proceed to your exit. Look for pedestrians and use your turn signal before you exit.
How should you indicate when going straight at a roundabout?
Going straight ahead at a roundabout Select the appropriate lane on approach. Unless road marking indicate otherwise, you should use the left lane when going straight ahead. There is no need to signal on approach. Make sure you stay in your lane as you go around the roundabout.
How many times can you go around a roundabout legal?
It is illegal to go round a roundabout more than 3 times.
What is the middle lane used for on a roundabout?
On our example roundabout (top picture) the middle lane would be used for overtaking if there is congestion. The road markings might indicate that the left-hand lane would be used for only turning left (lower picture). 3.
How do you read roundabout exits?
This means most other countries go round roundabouts anti-clockwise, where in the UK we go clockwise. The gap in the sign is to show there is no road to go round anti-clockwise, you MUST go clockwise, right round the roundabout, to get to your exit.
What is the 12 o’clock rule?
The 12 o clock rule refers to an idea of what you would do on the approach to roundabouts. … If you are going ahead and the exit is at 12 clock you again approach in the left hand lane with no signal on approach and signal left to leave as you pass the last exit before the one you wish to take.