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Indicating correctly in a Roundabout is critical to safety and keeping the traffic flow moving.
First up, check the road markings at the entry to this roundabout. The lane the Red Car is in allows it to go straight ahead or around to the Right.
Indicating to the right is telling Car A that it is turning in front of it, and therefore needs to wait for it to go around.
Then just before the Red Car passes by Car A it indicates to the left. This lets Car B know that it is going to the road it is coming from, and Car B can continue.
Check the road markings at the entry to the roundabout again. It is okay for the Red and the Blue car to continue straight through the roundabout.
There is no need to indicate to the right going into the roundabout, even if the roundabout is very large. Notice once the Red Car and the Blue Car are half way into the roundabout the left indicators are turned on.
Car A can see the Blue and Red Car with their left hand indicators on, and now knows it is okay to continue.
Check the road markings at the entry to the roundabout again.
The Red Car is indicating to the Right. Car A and Car B can see this and are waiting for the Red Car to go around.
The Red Car then indicates to the left to show any cars coming on its original path that it is going to exit.
On a Single Lane Roundabout, you must give way to all other vehicles on the Roundabout. Therefore Car A must giveway to Car B.
Check the Road Markings at the entry to this roundabout.
Take a look at the Red Car turning to the right. It has disobeyed the road markings, and is cutting the path of the Blue Car which is continuing straight through the Roundabout.
The RED CAR is TOTALLY WRONG.