There are two key features of this roundabout.
The first is that the flow of traffic is controlled by traffic lights. This effectively means that once the traffic lights are on green, it’s not so important that you look right as you enter, this is because the traffic will have been stopped by a red light.
However it’s extremely important that you watch the flow of traffic in front and around you, because traffic lights further around the roundabout may also be on Red causing the traffic in front of you to slow or stop.
The second feature is the layout, in particular the lanes you need to use for the direction you are going.
It is imperative you use strict lane discipline whilst negotiating the roundabout, using the road markings, and staying in your lane and not straying into a neighbouring lane throughout, at the same time, being aware of any other road users in their lanes.
The guides below, show a selection, but not all of the possible routes across the roundabout. However, with good planning, and the use of the techniques outlined in the videos, you can tackle ANY tricky roundabout with confidence.