Edmonton Driving Test Practice How To Drive In A Roundabout



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Video will show you how to drive properly in a roundabout in Edmonton Alberta.

Traffic circles and roundabouts are circular intersections designed to improve traffic flow and safety. Traffic always circulate in counterclockwise direction around a centre island. Vehicles entering the intersection must yield to vehicles already in the circle.
There are one lane and multilane roundabouts in Edmonton. Let’s talk about one lane roundabouts first.

One lane traffic circle/roundabout:

1. Entering circular intersections: Drivers entering a one lane circular intersection must yield to drivers already in the circle. Once in the circle, drivers must activate the right signal when preparing to exit.
2. Existing circular intersections: Always wait to activate your right turn signal after passing the exit that is before your intended exit. This tells other drivers that you intend to leave the circle at the next exit. When you intend to exit at the first available exit:
a. Use your right signal as you approach and leave it on until you have exited the circle or roundabout
b. As you approach, scan for pedestrians and cyclists at the crosswalk at the entrance and exits of the circle. Pedestrians and cyclists have the right of way.

Two lane (multi lane) traffic circle/roundabout:

1. Entering circular intersection: Drivers entering the circular intersection must yield to drivers already in the circle. Once in the circle, drivers must activate the right signal when preparing to exit.
2. Turing right: Ace It driving school suggest you enter the roundabout using the right lane if you are planning to turn right. Drivers entering circle roundabout from the right lane must do so when it is safe and stay in the right lane while in the circle. Drivers must exit using the right lane as well.
3. Going straight, turning left or doing U-turns: Ace It driving instructors in Edmonton suggest drivers planning to travel past the first exit should use the left lane to enter and exit from round about. Drivers using the left lane to enter the circle must do so when it is safe and stay in the left lane while in the circle/roundabout. They must exit using the left lane. Remember, while in the circle, the drivers on the right must yield to driver on the left. Activate the right signal when preparing to exit. Do not change lane in the circle/roundabout.
4. Existing two lane traffic circle/roundabout: Ace-it driving school Edmonton suggest drivers should always wait to activate right turn signal after passing the exit that is before intended exit. This tells other drivers that you intend to leave the circle at the next exit.
a. When you intend to leave at any other exit:
i. Approach the circle using left lane
ii. Activate your left signal to communicate that you do not plan to use the first exit
iii. As you approach, scan for pedestrians and cyclist at the crosswalks at the entrance and exits of the circle
iv. Yield to traffic in the circle
v. Exit the circle using the left lane

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