5-exit roundabout rules (self.LegalAdviceUK) submitted 9 months ago by PantsMcShirt I have had several near misses on this roundabout now stemming from the fact that people are not sure what lanes to use when entering.
Sep 23, 2012 · A request by a YouTube viewer about which lane to use at a specific roundabout. In this case “straight” ahead is actually slightly to the right, but still the left lane is used, and no signal.
The rules for using roundabouts Give way : the most important rule – when entering a roundabout, give way to traffic on the roundabout, unless road markings …
Jun 09, 2005 · You’re probably best to observe what most others do at that particular roundabout because 5 exit roundabouts tend to be chaotic unless they’re built on a huge scale. Go see the Walkinstown roundabout for a good example of when to throw the rules of the road out the window.
Jun 14, 2009 · Hi, when driving on a roundabout with 5 exits, if you look at it as a clock face and you’re entering from the 6 o’clock position, the first exit is at 9 o’clock, the second is at 11 o’clock, the third is at 1 o’clock, the fourth is at 4 o’clock and the fifth exit is at 6 o’clock where you just come from, there is two lanes approaching the
The left lane to go straight ahead. If you picture the roundabout as a clock face, any exit from 6 o’clock (where you’re entering) to 12 o’clock, you use the left lane. Anything after 12 o’clock you use the right lane. Unless signposted otherwise, of course.
Thread Starter. There is a roundabout with 5 exits. They are controlled by traffic lights but there’s like 4 or something lanes on the roundabout too, marked but usually it’s busy so I don’t get to read the writing on the floor which is mostly numbers. We were approaching the roundabout from my home side.