1. When turning left you would use the left hand lane. Signal left on the approach.

2. Going straight ahead, if there are 2 lanes, you would use the left lane. No signal on the approach. Mirrors and signal left as you pass the previous exit.

3. Turning right, use mirrors and give a right signal then use the right lane on the approach. Mirrors and signal left as you pass the previous exit.

4. If there are 3 lanes on the approach then you would normally use the middle lane for straight ahead.

5. Sometimes the road marking may tell you to use the right lane for straight ahead.

6. Mini roundabouts, still give the correct signal on the approach but there is no need to give a left signal to come off. Also you must go around the round about not over it. You may on clip the edge slightly.


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