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How to drive Roundabouts in Spain. It's different!
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f you've ever driven in Spain you'll know that Spain is a roundabout land. They're everywhere!
I have recently discovered that they way they are handled in Spain differs from the way they are handled in the UK, the US, Canada or New Zealand.
And because I'm sure some of you will eventually need to drive in Spain, here's how drive legally and properly a roundabout in Spain.
Rule nº 1: If there are arrows on the pavement, follow them and disregard further rules. This guide is for standard roundabouts (the most common ones) without arrows on the pavement.
Rule nº2: Traffic entering the roundabout must yield to traffic that is already inside the roundabout.
Rule nº3. This is the important one: You may ONLY leave the roundabout from the outer rightmost lane. Never attempt to exit the roundabout from an "inside lane". You must first merge to the outmost lane, respecting any car's path, and then exit the roundabout.https://redtube.onl/ https://beeg.onl/ https://spanktube.vip/spankbang/
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(23-03-2019, 12:26 PM)ask77 escribió: f you've ever driven in Spain you'll know that Spain is a roundabout land. They're everywhere!
I have recently discovered that they  are being handled in Spain  from the way they were handled in the UK, the US, Canada or New Zealand.
And because I'm sure some of you will need to drive in Spain, here's how to drive legally and properly to roundabout in Spain.
Rule # 1:  If there are arrows on the pavement, follow them and disregard further rules. This guide is for standard roundabouts (the most common ones) without arrows on the pavement.
Rule # 2:  Traffic entering the roundabout must yield to traffic that is already inside the roundabout.
Rule nº3. This is the important one: You may ONLY leave the roundabout from the outermost right lane. Never attempt to exit the roundabout from an "inside lane". You must first merge to the outmost lane, respecting any car's path, and then exit the roundabout.
Hi, I think once we enter a roundabout we should enter and exit in the same lane, if we have to exit From the first exit, we should keep to the outermost side of the center. Most accidents on roundabouts happen when there are vehicles exiting the round about but suddenly from another entrance more vehicles block their way and this creates a big issue, the whole roundabout is choked and people get tickets.
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(30-05-2019, 05:34 PM)angelagates29 escribió:
(23-03-2019, 12:26 PM)ask77 escribió: f you've ever driven in Spain you'll know that Spain is a roundabout land. They're everywhere!
I have recently discovered that they  are being handled in Spain  from the way they were handled in the UK, the US, Canada or New Zealand.
And because I'm sure some of you will need to drive in Spain, here's how to drive legally and properly to roundabout in Spain.
Rule # 1:  If there are arrows on the pavement, follow them and disregard further rules. This guide is for standard roundabouts (the most common ones) without arrows on the pavement.
Rule # 2:  Traffic entering the roundabout must yield to traffic that is already inside the roundabout.
Rule nº3. This is the important one: You may ONLY leave the roundabout from the outermost right lane. Never attempt to exit the roundabout from an "inside lane". You must first merge to the outmost lane, respecting any car's path, and then exit the roundabout.
Hi, I think once we enter a roundabout we should enter and exit in the same lane, if we have to exit From the first exit, we should keep to the outermost side of the center. Most accidents on roundabouts happen when there are vehicles exiting the round about but suddenly from another entrance more vehicles block their way and this creates a big issue, the whole roundabout is choked and people get tickets.
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(23-03-2019, 12:26 PM)ask77 escribió: f you've ever driven in Spain you'll know that Spain is a roundabout land. They're everywhere!
I have recently discovered that they way they are handled in Spain differs from the way they are handled in the UK, the US, Canada or New Zealand.
And because I'm sure some of you will eventually need to drive in Spain, here's how drive legally and properly a roundabout in Spain.
Rule nº 1: If there are arrows on the pavement, follow them and disregard further rules. This guide is for standard roundabouts (the most common ones) without arrows on the pavement.
Rule nº2: Traffic entering the roundabout must yield to traffic that is already inside the roundabout.
Rule nº3. This is the important one: You may ONLY leave the roundabout from the outer rightmost lane. Never attempt to exit the roundabout from an "inside lane". You must first merge to the outmost lane, respecting any car's path, and then exit the roundabout.https://redtube.onl/ https://beeg.onl/ https://spanktube.vip/spankbang/

The only rule is: "The 1st to enter the roundabout, is the one that doesn't fear death" ??
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