Do I need to stop at the yield signs?
When approaching a roundabout, drivers need to look for vehicles already in the circulating roadway. If there are no vehicles in the roundabout circle or entering the roundabout from a lane on the left, then a driver can enter the roundabout at a reduced speed without stopping. However, if there are vehicles in the circle or entering at the same time, then the driver should stop and wait for an adequate gap in order to enter the roundabout safely.
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1. What are the differences between roundabouts and traffic circles?
2. What do these advance lane control signs mean?
3. Are roundabouts safe for pedestrians?
4. Do I need to stop at the yield signs?
5. Can I change lanes in a roundabout?
6. How do trucks and buses use a roundabout?
7. What about stopping in a roundabout?
8. How do I react to an emergency vehicle approaching a roundabout?