And yes I agree about the "give way to right". However this is not very desirable in peak traffic lol. Plus if YOU give way to YOUR right, they will give way to THEIR right, they will give way to THEIR right and they will give way to THEIR right. Noone will end up going anywhere. IYKWIM
I vote we start a petition to vitto roundabouts and replace them with traffic lights
Yes! Im all for traffic lights! It might take you a minute longer to get to work, but you're pretty much guaranteed to get to work in 1 piece that way
I know the town planning guy Responsible for the first Roundabouts in Sydney... Wanna Lynch mob him?
Also Those who say you have to Indicate right when going straight in a round about....
Not according to the RTA and I believe this was was published in a booklet of National rood rules in November 1999
****Walks off to oil her whips and chains****
Yeah you only indicate to the right if you turn to the right. Than before you exit you indicate to the left so that the traffic ahead of you entering the roundabout, know where you're heading.Also Those who say you have to Indicate right when going straight in a round about....
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.
Soooooo to get back to topic.....
Today I found myself being overtaken by this old Suzuki Swift while doing 110km/h on the highway and the Suzuki Swift was being driven by a red P-plater with a small child in the back.
She then continued sticking in the right lane with no traffic to overtake, for another 5-6km. She then decided to save 0.1 liter of petrol by slipstreaming a B double.
Insanity? Or just playing Russian roulette with your child's life, your own life, and the truckies life too?
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