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Generally, the priority at a roundabout is given to the vehicles already in the roundabout. When approaching a roundabout, you should always give way to any cars already in the roundabout.
This means that if a vehicle approaching from your left is already in the roundabout, you must wait for that vehicle to pass before you enter the roundabout.
In some cases, signage or road markings may indicate which lanes have priority at a roundabout.
For example, if there is a single-lane roundabout with arrows painted on the road, the arrows will typically indicate the direction of travel and which lane has priority. It is essential to follow these signs and road markings carefully to avoid accidents and stay safe on the road.
Remember, when approaching a roundabout, always approach at a safe speed, signal your intentions clearly, and give way to any vehicles that are already in the roundabout. Doing so can help reduce the risk of accidents and stay safe on the road.