A road rules question about roundabouts has left drivers scratching their heads.
Transport WA asked people on Facebook this week whether a car could use two different exit lanes.
“The blue car is turning right at the roundabout from a single lane road, with no arrow markings, into a multi-lane road,” it wrote.
“Which lane can the blue car turn into?”
People were confused as to what lane the car could exit in.
One woman suggested the car could only exit the roundabout in the right lane.
“Should be the right lane all the way around so other traffic from the left can enter the roundabout and merge,” one man wrote.
Another man wrote the car has to stay in the left or “outside” lane “at all times” for exiting the roundabout.
Others were completely lost on what the answer is.
“The confusion. How did I pass my test?” one woman wrote.
Another woman wrote she was “unsure”.
“Rebooking my test now,” she said.
The correct answer in this example is both the left and right lanes.
This is because the car entering the roundabout doesn’t have any arrows in front of it on the road indicating it’s acceptable for the driver to use either lane.
Drivers entering the roundabout also have to giveaway to any vehicles already on it.
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