You're approaching this roundabout and want to follow the arrow. Do you need to indicate? You're approaching this roundabout and want to follow the arrow. Do you need to indicate?

  • A. No - it's almost a straight line

  • B. Yes - don't indicate as you approach the roundabout, but indicate left after you've gone past the first exit

  • C. Yes - indicate right as you approach the roundabout, then indicate left as you go past the first exit

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    The correct answer is C
     
    Correct. This one is tricky, but the rules state that if you are passing more than 'halfway' around the roundabout, technically you are turning right, therefore you need to indicate right when approaching the roundabout and left as you pass the exit just before the one you want to take. In this case the road can't really be considered to be going straight through and it's not obviously a continuation of the road you've arrived on.