Excellent points in this editorial! (Roundabout education, 2 January).
Maybe, as is normal elsewhere, the direction of travel for the appropriate lane could be marked with ‘turn arrows’ painted on the road to assist drivers.
Another example of a lack of road discipline here is the drivers who immediately take the right hand lane on dual carriageways, and stay there regardless, restricting traffic flow and causing drivers to pass them on the left.
The law here says ‘stay to the left’ unless certain conditions, such as turning right, apply.
Great to see the Compass publishing useful information!