Last week, I saw three cars going the wrong way on the big circle in down town. It was very busy, cars honked, but they just kept going. Not only that, I have to break lots of time for people just cutting in front of me when I drive on the roundabout.
How come people don’t know how to drive on a roundabout? It shows how to in the DMV handbook.
What the city should do is place on the roundabout itself signs with arrows pointing to the right. Not one, but a whole bunch. They should also paint yield signs on every street just in front of the roundabout, just like a stop sign. Maybe people with give the right of way to the cars on the roundabout.
Trudy de Groot,