A roundabout is an intersection control device with traffic circulating around an island. Approaching vehicles must yield to the traffic in the circle. Always yield to pedestrians and bicyclists who are legally crossing the road. Inside the circle, always drive around the circle to the right. How to drive in a roundabout:
1. Slow down as you approach the intersection; roundabouts are designed for speeds of 15-20 mph.
2. Enter the roundabout when there is a gap in traffic. Once inside, do not stop. Follow directions on signs or pavement markings about which lane to use.
3. You may exit at any street or continue around if you miss your exit.