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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • In the civilized part of Europe ;-> you indicate to the left that you wish to travel a looong way around the roundabout. Thus letting people know your intentions. Indication to the right that you wish to enter the roundabout is meaningless - what else would you do?
    • Well, they recently abandonned the idea of using the indicator to drive onto a roundabout.. but I'd never use my left light to exit one tho. Doesn't Danmark fall under the civilized bit as well?
  • .... has this [highwaycode.gov.uk] to say about roundabouts.

  • (describing counterclockwise roundabouts)

    Signal right to indicate you're exiting the roundabout. This lets others enter it much earlier, and warns pedestrians.

    Not signalling means you're staying. Some people choose to signal left, to avoid ambiguity with people who don't signal at all.

    As for signalling before entering the roundabout: left usually means you intend to go 3/4, right means you're leaving at the first exit.
    • I don't see how this can be explained unambiguous in the traffic rulebook. Blink once for left, twice for right?
  • All roundabouts are clockwise, and all Europeans are confused.