Agree with this
there is one near me that has no markings on the road but a sign goes up every now and then to say which lane. this has changed probably 5 times since I moved to there.
As such most people ignore the two lanes and drive in the middle of them. Saves any issues
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You would think so about what you have said about the left & right lanes.
I've been up here for 20 years, and apparently that's the way it's always been.
I suppose cars etc, we're a lot smaller way back when, road and roundabout catering for today's monsters.
Anyway brass knobs to you to
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in the town I live there are 2 roundabouts where the cars joining the roundabout have priority (one's sign posted the other is local knowledge)
when friends & family visit me for the first time wonder what the hell is going on
as for bigger roundabouts at rush hour,it's like a version of the Red Arrows in cars (so many near misses)
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Just behave like the vast majority and don't indicate at all, ever. It's dead tiring moving that little lever up and down next to the steering wheel.
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