What do these advance lane control signs mean?
Before reaching a roundabout, drivers will see lane control signs to direct them into the correct lane. For example, if a driver wants to make a right turn (or travel straight through), he or she can move to the right lane before entering the roundabout. To make a left turn, a u-turn, or also go straight, drivers can move to the left lane and follow the lane striping to the correct exit. Keep in mind that each roundabout will have different layouts, so drivers need to look for the lane control signs in advance of a roundabout.
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1. What are the differences between roundabouts and traffic circles?
2. What do these advance lane control signs mean?
3. Are roundabouts safe for pedestrians?
4. Do I need to stop at the yield signs?
5. Can I change lanes in a roundabout?
6. How do trucks and buses use a roundabout?
7. What about stopping in a roundabout?
8. How do I react to an emergency vehicle approaching a roundabout?