OK, this is all the deabte in the office now! Does traffic running the perimeter have to yield to traffic coming from the inside? In busier times, I would think the inside might be easier.Tranplanner said:It's actually not that hard to figure out - I've driven it a couple of times. It's much easier to stick to the outside than it is try to get across the middle.
There is no right-of-way that I'm aware of. If you want to go left/exit you should be in the outer lane. To go 'right' you need to start of in the inner lane, but move over to the outer lane when you wish to get off. 'Straight over' can be in either lane. The important thing is to be aware of everyone else and SIGNAL, which a surprising number of people don't. Having said that, I haven't seen many accidents on roundabouts. There are more at standard junctions.KMateja said:Look kids, parliment, big ben!
I was just curious who had the right of way in a two lane roundabout.