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    If you are merging onto a freeway that is 100kms then you are meant to merge at that speed!!! So many people slow down to merge on freeways and they nearly cause accidents.

    Dont know if thats already been said.

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    Dear cyclists,

    Please decide whether you are a cyclist or a pedestrian.

    If you are a pedestrian, please stay off the road.

    If you are a cyclist, please obey road rules, stop at red lights, ride below the speed limit, and do not use pedestrian crossings.

    I am happy to drive slowly behind you if you are a cyclist, or avoid you on the footpath if you are a pedestrian, but please be one or the other so that I can accurately predict what you are likely to do next.

    Sincerely,

    Shoopuf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefooted View Post
    Just confirmed the above details.. QLD Indicate leaving only for Straight. http://hereforlife.qld.gov.au/Campaigns-Road-rules/Roundabouts

    WA http://www.ors.wa.gov.au/Documents/R...undabouts.aspx Indicate only on exit (Homestar you might want to point this out to whoever told you it was different)

    SA is also the same http://www.transport.sa.gov.au/pdfs/registration/driver_handbook_11_03_pgs73_91_.pdf

    VIC too http://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/SafetyAndRules/RoadRules/Roundabouts.htm

    Tas shows the same on page 37 http://www.transport.tas.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/49096/road_rules_booklet.pdf

    NT Also Agrees http://www.drivingnt.com/tips/roundabouts.html#3

    Even in Canberra the city of roundabouts they agree.. http://www.tams.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/14013/roundaboutrulesadvertisement.pdf

    This concludes today's tutorial and I will assume that I shall never see a Hubber Indicate RIGHT when entering a round about to go Straight.
    huh?? no one told me different? I said you only indicate on exit going straight haha someone else in the thread said you indicate going elsehwere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homestar View Post
    huh?? no one told me different? I said you only indicate on exit going straight haha someone else in the thread said you indicate going elsehwere
    Sorry I Apologise I misread your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefooted View Post
    Sorry I Apologise I misread your post.
    haha all good.. i just went back and read my post thinking i stuffed up or something I do that alot


 

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