How do you exit roundabouts?

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  • Eden Khoo Fan Keong
    When taking an exit to the right or going full circle (unless signs or markings indicate otherwise): Signal right and approach the exit in the right hand lane. Keep to the right on the roundabout until you need to change lanes to reach your exit.
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    Then when exiting the turn start accelerating just a bit before your car is straight you should haveMoreThen when exiting the turn start accelerating just a bit before your car is straight you should have adjusted your speed before entering the turn. So that you don't need to brake in the turn itself.
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    • Aim high in steering.
    • Keep your eyes moving.
    • Get the big picture.
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