If you are turning left at the first exit of a roundabout:
Signal left as you come up to the roundabout.
If you are travelling more than halfway around a roundabout:
Signal right as you come up to the roundabout
Signal left as you pass the exit before the one you wish to take.
Look out for cyclists who may find it difficult to maintain a turn signal on a roundabout and are exempt from this requirement.
At roundabout, look out for vehicles that:
May have to change lanes to exit
May not be able to stay in their lane because they are:
Large ( for example, buses)
Travelling too fast
Some of the signs you may see at a roundabout are shown below.
An intersection is where two or more streets or roads join or cross. Intersections can include where a public entrance or exit going a street or road.
Intersections can include entrances to and exits from supermarkets, petrol stations and other public parking areas, such as airports and hospitals. There are a number of different types of intersections, depending on how many roads meet at the intersection.
If another vehicle is approaching or crossing an intersection, do not speed up when approaching. As you drive up to an intersection, use the system of car control. This method helps you deal with hazards safely.
Course – Look ahead for a safe and legal path
Mirrors – Look behind and in your blind spots
Signal for at least three seconds
Brakes – Slow down so that you can give way if required
Gears – Change if necessary
When it is safe:
Accelerate up to traffic speed