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Fleet Safety Tip of the Week: Safely Driving Through a Roundabout

October 16, 2013

More and more cities are adding roundabouts because they’re designed to make intersections safer and more efficient for drivers. The Washington State Department of Transportation offers these four primary tips to help drivers safely navigate a roundabout:

  • Yield to drivers in the roundabout.
  • Stay in your lane; do not change lanes.
  • Do not stop in the roundabout.
  • Avoid driving next to oversize vehicles.

 Below is a WSDOT video for additional tips that might help your fleet drivers.

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