Changing Lanes on a Dual Carriageway

Do not slow your car down when changing lanes on a dual carriageway especially if you are moving into the fast right-hand lane to turn right at traffic lights or a roundabout.

The driving examiner does not want your driving to impact other road users, so if you change lanes on a dual carriageway, a car behind you should not have to slow down because you moved in front of it at the wrong moment. Equally if you have just overtaken a slow moving vehicle, the same vehicle should not then be stuck behind you because you slowed down after overtaking and moving back into the left lane on a clear stretch of road.



Practice making progress, changing lanes and overtaking on dual carriageways, you might have to deal with a 70mph road on your driving test!

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