If you are travelling more than halfway around a roundabout:
If you are going 'straight' through a roundabout:
- signal right as you come up to the roundabout
- signal left as you pass the exit before the one you wish to take.
- don't signal as you come up to the roundabout
- signal left as you pass the exit before the one you wish to take. At some small roundabouts it may not be possible to give three seconds warning, but it is courteous to give as much indication as you can.
With helpful pictures in link.
I'm still trying to figure out how this works with the 'signal for at least 3 seconds' rule. Are we supposed to drive past the exit before the one we wish to take, turn on the indicator, stop for 3 seconds and then proceed? Not sure how that is going to facilitate traffic flow.