You can approach the roundabout without signalling. If it is practical to signal left as you exit, you should do so. The indicator should be turned off after you’ve left.
Do you indicate when approaching a roundabout?
If you are turning right, you will almost always approach the roundabout in the right-hand lane, and if you want to take the exit, you’ll check over your shoulder.
Who has right of way on a roundabout?
Unless you have been directed by signs or traffic lights, you should always give priority to the traffic coming from the right. Look for the road markings that allow you to proceed without giving way.
Should you stop at roundabouts?
There are rules about using roundabouts. The most important rule when entering a roundabout is to give way to traffic on the roundabout. Keep moving if there is a clear way to go. It can be difficult to stop at a roundabout.
Do you have to give way to pedestrians at a roundabout?
Priorities for people walking down the street. Drivers and motorcyclists are required to give way to pedestrians at a junction. Vehicles used to be given priority at the intersection.
Is stalling on a roundabout a fail?
If it didn’t happen in a potentially dangerous situation, stalling isn’t likely to be a major fault. While stalling at the side of the road will usually receive a minor, doing so at a busy junction or on a roundabout is more likely to result in a failure.