What is the best way to enter a roundabout?
Roundabouts (otherwise known as rotaries and traffic circles) are implemented to slow traffic on thoroughfares and to increase the efficient flow of traffic at intersections which normally would be controlled by four-way stop signs or traffic signals. Think of entering a round-about as if you were making a right turn on a red light. Always yield to the traffic approaching from the left of your location. Enter when it is safe to do so, just as if you were making a right turn on red. View our "How to Navigate Roundabouts" brochurehere.

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1. What is the best way to enter a roundabout?
2. What actually constitutes "running a red light"?
3. When making a left turn at an intersection and another vehicle coming the opposite way is making a left turn, should the cars pass each other then turn or turn before passing?