Some learner drivers preparing for the UK driving test have some difficulties knowing when to use signals or indicators at roundabouts, so I made this video to help out and hopefully clarify any issues as to what the DSA examiner will be expecting you to do in order to pass.
The key to mastering roundabouts is getting a lot of practice at various times of the day so you can deal with different traffic conditions and knowing how to make progress when it is safe.
If you need more help with mini-roundabouts or major roundabouts, click on the appropriate articles for additional tips and advice.
Remember you don't need to signal or indicate when exiting a mini-roundabout, as you usually don't have enough time to do it safely, so concentrate on steering the car and being in control.
If you require high quality driving lessons to deal with these junctions from a very helpful, patient and fully qualified instructor, then why not call or send me a text message on 07956233032. I can help with practice on the ever popular Apex Corner, Sterling corner, Mill Hill Circus if these are a source of concern for your next driving test in Hendon, Mill Hill or Borehamwood centres.
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