As you approach a roundabout take notice and act on all the information available to you, including traffic signs, traffic lights and lane markings which direct you into the correct lane.
This will tell you the layout of the roundabout and show you which route direction you need to take and therefore which lane to get into.
You should then:
At most roundabouts traffic already on the roundabout has priority, so you must give way to traffic approaching from your right. There are a few roundabouts where traffic on the roundabout has to give way to traffic entering. These will be signed by Give Way signs and road markings.
Turning left at the Roundabout
Following the road ahead at the Roundabout
Turning Right at the Roundabout
Check you left mirror for vehicles on your inside. If safe, steer to the exit. If a vehicle is blocking your exit path, keep your right signal on and continue around the roundabout until you again reach the exit you want.
Multi line Roundabouts
On a multi-lane roundabout, lane arrows and signs will tell you which lane to use, depending on
Approach these as you would a normal roundabout but remember there is less space, and you will have less time to signal. You must pass around the centre markings.
Treat each part of a double roundabout as a roundabout in its own right. Give way to traffic coming from the right as you approach the first one, then do so again as you approach the second one.
On Your Driving Test When Taking A Roundabout The Examiner Will Expect You To: