I’m sure that roundabouts may seem like a bother to many people. Especially those that don’t follow the rules when using them. I have noticed drivers that don’t yield when they are supposed to and have almost caused accidents. I’m not sure what the problem is. Could it be that some drivers don’t know the proper laws concerning roundabouts? I have seen “slow” and “yield” signs upon approaching a roundabout, yet drivers barrel through there as if those signs and other drivers do not exist. It might be beneficial to our safety and produce some much-needed revenue to place a patrol car or motorcycle near the roundabouts to catch those drivers that believe they own the road.
Let’s drive with caution. It’s not worth losing your life or killing someone because you think it’s a bother.
Virginia Fernandez, Patterson