Ok, unlike pretty much everyone else out there, I DO know how you're supposed to work the indicators(like no indication approaching when taking the 2nd exit unless the 2nd exit is off to the right in which case you do indicate right approaching the roundabout), thing is though, what about roundabouts with a lot of lanes in them, like the Kinsale Road Roundabout in Cork or back in the days of the Red Cow Roundabout in Dublin?
My old fella reckons it's stupid doing the normal indicating rules here because roundabouts like these have more than 2 lanes e.g. if say the exit ahead has 2 lanes and you are in the second lane i.e. there is a lane to the left of you.
My old fella reckons if I'm in the second lane and taking the exit ahead that I should not indicate left because that gives the impression that I want to switch lanes, I reckon that you should indicate left because you are taking the next exit and you always indicate left before the exit you wish to take.
So, which one of us is right, and why?
PS: I don't want a rant about why I'm asking this question, the general incompetance of Irish drivers, your opinions on this etc, I just want someone to tell me what the correct thing to do in this situation is(if people interpret what I'm doing wrongly that's not my problem, they should know how to drive and the ROTR) I tried looking at the ROTR but that only describes your regular roundabouts with 1/2 lanes in them.
TIA, as they say.