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Mounted Signs

Count-Down Markers

Road Markings

Crash Proof Bollards


Road Names

Roundabout Precinct


Pedestrian Crossing





The driver should make:-

• An early observation on the approach


• Indicate left or right on the approach but not for going ahead

• Reduce speed in good time


• Yield to the LEFT (RIGHT IN THE UK)

• Decide whether to stop or not within a car’s length of the Point of Entry

• Make a decision to emerge into the correct lane


• Carry out the following when passing the final exit before the one selected to vacate:-


• Mirrors (Main and passenger side mirrors)

• Indicate in the direction of the exit

• Carry out the Manoeuvre*

• It is important to carry out a), b) and c) as the vehicle is passing the last exit before the one the exit is going to be made.

• Leave the roundabout and concentrate on the “new road”


* A shoulder look on a wide roundabout in the direction of the curb side is important to make sure all the blind spots are taken in before conducting the manoeuvre.


Andy Hall

Managing Director


(44) 1892 661879

All Traffic Management products to be referred to Chris Gannon consultant to Simmonsigns (North American Division)

(00 1) (250) 889 1962