What about stopping in a roundabout?
Drivers should never park or stop within the roundabout or along the entrances and exits. Because the roundabout is designed to allow continuous traffic flow, extended stopping and parking within the roundabout area can lead to accidents. If a driver experiences vehicle problems, it is best to exit the roundabout before stopping. Also when another driver stops within a roundabout, do not change lanes to go around them since this can increase the risk of an accident. Wait for them to move.
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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?