fungus wrote:Why do some drivers not consider what drivers in the road to their left can see when they are approaching a roundabout?
There's a roundabout near me that is medium sized with no view cross it, sometimes people driver round it quickly (probably within the speed limit) but not safely bearing in mind the view of others waiting to pull out. I've been caught by this but don't feel too bad as it's their own making.
Standard Dave wrote:You give way to the right on a roundabout, if the view is poor you have to adopt the DSA minimum standard of going to the give way line and stopping before moving out.
Technically if you affect the progress of a vehicle with a right of way you are driving without due care and consideration.
waremark wrote:I suggest that it is brave or foolish to enter a RAB when a vehicle is approaching rapidly from the right, even if you have priority in law.
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