Dealing with Roundabouts on your driving test: www.hockleydrivingschool.co.uk





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Published on Nov 12, 2010

how to approach different roundabouts going left, right, and straight ahead. A method to be used on your driving test. In car commentary- advanced-intermediate level- by a Hockley, Essex based DSA ADI approved instructor. www.hockleydrivingschool.co.uk

When entering a roundabout the most important thing is to get the timing right. If you approach the roundabout slowly so that you can assess the traffic already on the roundabout, then you may be able to pull out without stopping. Slow on the approach gives you time to think!

The usual procedure at a roundabout is left lane for left, and straight ahead, and right lane for right turn. When there is a 3 lane entrance this may differ and straight ahead at the roundabout would normally be the middle lane. Road markings will always take precedence over the usual routine.

Disclaimer: The author is a Driving standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor and has been been teaching people to drive in the UK for over 30 years. However these videos are NOT individual instruction, and hence the methods and explanations illustrated are often specific to the shown situation, and cannot always be generalised to other similar situations. Please use this advice with caution as we cannot and will not be held responsible for any mishaps or incidents that may occur due to practising of the these techniques

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