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Archived content 2005-2007

To anyone who has told me otherwise

Posted by Tim Riley Sun, 06 May 2007 13:22:00 GMT

From the Australian Road Rules (Part 9, Section 118):

Giving a left change of direction signal when leaving a roundabout

(1) If practicable, a driver driving in a roundabout must give a left change of direction signal when leaving the roundabout.

That’s it. Plain and simple: no conditions, no exceptions, you just have to do it.

Comments

  1. Marco said about 3 hours later:
    This is also listed under "Common Sense".
  2. Simon Rumble said about 11 hours later:
    The problem in Australia is because there aren't any driving or even driving theory tests once you've actually got your license, a significant proportion of drivers already had their licenses when roundabouts came in. Unless nearly everyone knows the rules, they just don't work well.

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