@jayeless @maique @pimoore Roundabouts are brilliant, when they're used correctly. Most instructors teach them incorrectly: you don't give way to the right, you give way to everybody already in the roundabout. Many roundabouts have a main thoroughfare and smaller ones adjoining, so as people speed through them, and everybody waits for the car to the right, they can easily get clogged up with traffic and eventually result in traffic lights replacing them. If everybody slowed down on the approach, gave way to whoever enters first, and indicated when leaving the roundabout, they flow very easily. In WA the police enforce the indicating when leaving the roundabout (well, they did so 15 years ago when I lived there) and everybody did so, making it flow very efficiently.