Roundabout, if you don’t do it before taking it, they’ll take away 2 points: the fine is very heavy

Behavior when arriving at a roundabout is always the subject of very strong debate among the various motorists. In fact, the rules and methods of behavior are not always clear. But what move do you always have to make before committing a roundabout? What if you forget to run it? Here’s everything you need to know about it. To avoid fines and points deducted from your driving licence, you must absolutely respect it.

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The roundabouts are increasingly present on Italian roads. They often replace crossroads controlled by traffic lights. The great proliferation of roundabouts means that traffic is channeled much faster than at traffic lights. Furthermore, on paper, traffic should therefore be much more orderly and safe, provided that the road rules for this type of intersection are respected.

However, this does not always happen. It’s not uncommonindeed, getting into traffic accidents at roundabouts. This is due to the high speeds of the cars and less caution by some motorists. In reality, the rules for tackling a roundabout are quite simple.

Priority belongs to those who are already on the roundabout. Those arriving at the crossroads, on the other hand, are required to stop and give priority to cars passing by at that moment. Furthermore, the sign indicating the roundabout will be flanked by the one indicating the right of way.

But did you know that there is another rule to follow when entering the roundabout? And that the same is true at the time of exit from it? Here’s everything you need to know to avoid a serious infringement and the loss of 2 points from your driving licence.

The mistake many people make at a roundabout – here’s what you need to know

Imprudent and respectful behavior when entering a roundabout does not only concern high speeds or not giving way to those already inside. Indeed, there is another big mistake that can cost you very dearly, both in economic terms and in terms of deducting points from your driving licence. What are we referring to? Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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When you enter a roundabout you are forced to put the arrow: here’s what you risk if you don’t – Motori.News

When entering a roundabout you are obliged by Traffic Laws to report it through activation of the left arrow. This is what was decided by the Ministry in 2011, since until that date there was no similar indication in the Highway Code. Once you enter the roundabout, the arrow can be removed.

But that’s not all as regards the indicators to be activated during the travel phase of a roundabout. Indeed, once you reach the desired exit, it will be mandatory for the road user to report the matter to the other motorists present behind. In doing so you will have to activate the right arrow.

In case of medium or large roundabouts, all these rules are easy to follow, since you will have time to activate all the indicators necessary for a correct use of the roundabout. Things get a little more complicated in the presence of small roundabouts.

What do you risk if you don’t activate the arrows when entering and exiting a roundabout? If you are ‘caught’ for not using the direction indicators at a roundabout you risk suffering afine of between 42 and 173 euros. Also, you may be subject to subtraction of 2 points from the license.

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Roundabout, here’s what you must never do – Motori.News

Things get worse if you don’t give way. There fineif so, it is included between 167 and 665 euros. Plus, they’ll come to you too subtracted 5 points from the driving licence.

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