Mini-roundabouts.

Approach these in the same way as normal roundabouts.

All vehicles MUST pass round the central markings except large vehicles which are physically incapable of doing so.

Remember, there is less space to manoeuvre and less time to signal so usually you don't need to signal when leaving a mini roundabout

Normally you don't signal when following the road ahead and don't signal left to leave the roundabout when turning right

Avoid making U-turns at mini-roundabouts.

Beware of others doing this.

At double mini-roundabouts treat each roundabout separately and give way to traffic from the right.

If you look at the road signs on approach you will be able to work out the priorities and position of the other vehicals before you get there , give priority to cars coming around the roundabout from the right.

 

 

 

Because you have less time at a mini roundabout ,if you look at the signs for mini roundabouts and use them as a map of the roundabout you are approaching , you will be able to work out priorities and the layout before you get there

If you have four roads going into the roundabout , including the one you're approaching in , you will usually need to give way to at least two of the roads

If you have a road to your right and ahead but no road on the left , you would only have to give way to cars on your right that are turning right usually

If you have a road on your left and ahead but no road on your right , you would need to give way to cars coming towards you signalling to turn right

At double roundabouts treat each roundabout separately

 

Each of the signs below are slightly different