Roundabout 2nd Exit Mistakes!!!!

Don't make this mistake! You could fail your driving test

## Introduction

Roundabouts can be a tricky part of driving for many, especially for those who are new to the road. One of the most common mistakes drivers make is taking the wrong exit or lane when navigating roundabouts. In this short video, Sean from [](, Ireland's online Driving School, provides valuable tips on how to correctly take the second exit off a roundabout.


## Key Takeaways

1. **Second Exit Confusion**: The second exit off a roundabout often causes the most confusion among drivers.

2. **Going Straight Ahead with No Road Markings**:

- If there are no road markings indicating which lane to take, it's the left lane for going straight ahead.

- Enter the roundabout in the left lane as usual.

- Always yield to traffic on your right and those already on the roundabout.

3. **The Correct Path**:

- Once you enter the roundabout, be mindful of the path you take.

- Move out and create a lane around the outside.

- Once your shoulder aligns with the first island on your left, signal left and exit.

- Avoid the common mistake of cutting across the Roundabout, this will lead to test failure

4. **Remember**: The correct lane for taking the second exit off a roundabout, when there are no road markings & the exit is straight ahead, is the Left Lane


## Conclusion

Navigating roundabouts can be challenging, but with the proper knowledge and practice, you can master it. Always remember to take the correct lane and be aware of your surroundings. For more driving tips and advice, visit [](


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