Originally Posted by tom1ie
Your telling me that on an unmarked roundabout you can enter on the left and exit on the right?
How long have you your driving licence, or have you got one?
It doesn't matter how long I've been driving for. I know the difference in context between an action that's legal and an action that's suggested.
I don't recall reading anything in the Road Traffic Acts, about explicit use of lanes on a round about based upon entry / exit. It's just as with anywhere else on the roads, Road Markings take precedence. If it's unmarked, you are required to try and use it as safely as you can.
Originally Posted by liamog
You are correct re the number of exit lanes not mattering, however if the straight ahead exit is at or before 12 O'Clock and the entry lanes are unmarked. Only the left lane should be used for using that exit, unless traffic conditions, such as their is a large queue of traffic taking an exit prior to straight exit.
tom1ie is arguing a legal need
to not use the left lane, to go further. As opposed to turning off earlier from a right lane. I don't recall seeing anything that states that, other than advice
on how to approach round abouts.