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 Roundabout Protocol?

Answer A roundabout, also known as a rotary, is a road feature that is designed to make intersections safer and more efficient, not just for drivers but also for pedestrians and bicyclists. Basic rules fo... Read More »
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How to Navigate a Roundabout?

Roundabouts are gaining popularity due to their safer and more efficient method of moving traffic. This article will explain how to navigate both single-lane and multi-lane roundabouts.
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Is the Britax Roundabout FAA approved?

The Britax Roundabout child's car seat is FAA approved for use on airplanes. You can use it rear facing for children who weigh 5 to 35 lbs., and forward facing for those weighing 20 to 40 lbs.Refer... Read More »
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Roundabout deadlock PANIC!?

I call it a Mexican standoff! usually occuring at mini roundabouts. Ease forward slowly and you will control the situation, OR, let someone else go first and wait until it's clear. There is no righ... Read More »
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How to Find the Area of a Roundabout?

A roundabout is a type of intersection that is circular in nature with an "island" of land in the middle. Roundabouts are supposed to increase traffic capacity when compared to traditional intersec... Read More »
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