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Navigating a Multi-Lane Roundabout

Posted on November 3, 2014   |   324 views

This video from the Minnesota Department of Transportation explains how to navigate a two-lane roundabout. A growing number of state and local governments are opting for this alternative to traditional intersections because of the safety benefits. But some drivers find roundabouts confusing. For the full fleet safety tip, click here.


  1. 1. Scott Batson [ November 04, 2014 @ 10:28AM ]

    The FHWA has a video about modern roundabouts that is mostly accurate (

    Hawai’i video rules

    IndyDPW animation:

    Kentucky video:

    Maryland video:

    Michigan animation:

    Minnesota video:

    Missouri video:

    Montpelier, VA videos

    Ohio video:

    Washington video:

    Wisconsin animation:

    Wisconsin video:

    Winnipeg animation


    As for public opinion, visit

    Roundabout Trucks Videos:


    WA DOT:

    Washington County, WI:


    Windsor-Essex Parkway, Canada:

    Snow plow:

    WashDot roundabout video 1:45 has fire trucks

    Fire truck test video


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