We had a hard time using the roundabouts in Grand Cayman (where you drive on the other side of the road). It was hard being on the wrong side of the car, hard being on the wrong side of the road, and very hard to go left through the roundabout. We would have to say, out loud, which way to drive each time.
Where I live I haven't actually seen a roundabout. When in Aruba, there are several. I just try to remember that the cars within the circle have the right to go. And the cars which want to enter the circle have to yield.
Here is a little info about roundabouts and a nice graphic to watch.
Yep still have lots of those jughandles but the worst part is when you stay in right lane for several of them and the one you need has a normal left turn lane. As they do highway projects they do get rid of them.
I really do a lot of driving when I am on Aruba and I find them to really help with the flow of traffic. Even the one by the airport. You can get thru there a lot faster now with the traffic circle. My vote is to keep them coming. I usually spend about 3 to 4 hours a day on the road.
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